My travelogue memoir is now up to 34000 words. I have been reading and re-reading it, over and over again. It's good, informative, entertaining and also very amusing. You see I can't write 'serious' for very long. I could never write a serious 'how to' book. 'How not to' - no problem! I'm one of those writer's who find life very amusing and I have a zany approach to life. What do you think dear readers? I know I have two (three if I include myself) regular readers. Are books far too 'serious'? Should we be laughing our way along life's conveyor belt? How many words do you think there should be in a travelogue? When is a book finished? Is it time for me to write another zany book?
Answers on a postcard or maybe a comment or two. Ta very much. And to quote that Monty Python song:
"Always look on the bright side of life.."
Did I see you whistling then?