Monday, January 12, 2009

Check Out The 6 S, "Obsession" From The Princess!

Princess Ladybug has finally took the plunge and the result is a Six Sentence story called "Obsession." Take a look, you will be pleasantly surprised by her first effort (I love it, but I'm biased like that).

8 comments:

Princess LadyBug said...

You are far too sweet! Seriously, thank you for all the support, advice, and kicks in the pants. :D

Cormac Brown said...

Princess,

That's all you. I was just a heckling fan and you are the one who hit it out of the park!

Doc said...

I'm with Cormac P.L. That was a hell of a story for six lines! I don't think I could do it! Congrats!

Cormac- I put up a little thank-you note to you at my place for you. It is at http://cultureofbeer.blogspot.com/2009/01/caption-contest-jackassery-flaming-mug.html

I'm sorry, I don't know how to put links in the comments section. Thank you again.

As far as the coffee mug goes, I think I'd like to have the one you have pictured in your photo. The one that says, "Procrastination? It's CRACK for Writers" as I am a cronic goof-off.

And on a side note, how did you arrive at Cormac for your pen name? Is it a family name or something that you pulled out of the ether? To me, it looks as if it is a composite of Cormerand and Tarmac, but that seems highly unlikely. Just curious.

Doc

Cormac Brown said...

Doc,

You don't know until you try, give it a shot.

Here is a link on how to hyperlink.

"Cormac" is gaelic for "he who smites with a sword." I went with that in honor of The Missus's Irish heritage. Not to mention when you use a pen name, it's a good idea to go with names that have the same initial phonetic.

paul d brazill said...

ms princess, it's a cracker!

Cormac Brown said...

Paulie Decibels,

Did you know that you're teaching me a new English idiom almost every week?

disa said...
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Cormac Brown said...

Disa,

Sp*mmers s*ck.