Thursday, August 14, 2008

Camaraderie

ca·ma·ra·de·rie
Pronunciation:
\ˌkäm-ˈrä-d(ə-)rē, ˌkam-, ˌkä-mə-, ˌka-, -ˈra-\
Function: noun
Etymology: French, from camarade comrade
Date: 1840
Definition: a spirit of friendly good-fellowship
Once in awhile you bump into someone quite by accident that you experience true camaraderie. With the new Manilow Network, and its user friendliness, this has happened more often than on the old Barrynet message board. There is a platform for focused discussion and intelligent conversation. Hence, I have come across one such individual.

Her name is Cynthia Ainsworthe. She is a lovely women who has embarked on a writing career inspired by Barry to pursue her dream. Her novel has won an IPPY award and she is open to sharing all her wisdom of the publishing world and her writing experience with all the "would-be" authors in the Manilow world.

Take a look at her book, her website, and her profile by clicking this link. And if you're so inclined please order a copy of her book. You will not be able to put it down.

Thanks Cynthia for your friendship, mentoring and for all your support,
Texas Fan

P.S. Ditto to Delese, Steph and Denise K. (thanks for all the support, advice, expertise and inspiration)


2 comments:

Stephanie said...

Cynthia is a very sweet person. It has been great to get to know her. I love our writers group and we have learned so much from eachother. It is great to have some intelligent and adult conversation with intelligent people.

Peachy said...

Suzanne,
Thank you as well, I, for one, have very good research for my manuscript. DEFINITELY! I plan to find the rest of my words this weekend.

 
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