I’ll stick with my strengths

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The awesome co-hosts for the September 7 posting of the IWSG are Kim Lajevardi, Cathrina Constantine, Natalie Aguirre, Olga Godim, Michelle Wallace, and Louise – Fundy Blue!

September 7 question – What genre would be the worst one for you to tackle and why?

Horror is the genre I’d have the most trouble with.  I haven’t read a horror book since high school. It wasn’t required reading of course, but a group of us went through a phase of reading Stephen King and Dean Koontz. I guess some of those are classified as thrillers, but I wouldn’t be any good at writing thrillers either. I don’t remember how horror/thriller books work, and even if I did, I just don’t have the writing skills to maintain that level of suspense.

Supernatural is cool though—just not the “vengeful demon ripping out throats and entrails” type. I’m currently trying to write a ghost story, but the ghost is mainly annoyed and sarcastic. For some reason I don’t seem to have much trouble with sarcasm.  ( __ <— This space for your shock.)

Peace and love (and sarcasm!)


3 thoughts on “I’ll stick with my strengths

  1. elegancesicy September 9, 2022 / 1:03 pm

    I teach English as a second language and sarcasm is the first form of joke that people understand. It’s fantastic. A sarcastic ghost is a ghost I want to know!

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  2. Jacqui Murray September 13, 2022 / 11:26 am

    Not into sarcasm! I don’t identify it well and I am very thin skinned.


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