Who Is K.L.B

Hello and thanks for dropping by the Inkwell.  

I used to state I never used an inkwell, but as of 2011, I now have two inkwells (or ink bottles) and two fountain pens.  I can be found with a pen of some sort, from my Zebra pens to the fountains, in my hand at some point during the day.  I write all the time, from using my laptop and my Royal DeLuxe typewriter, to any piece of paper I can find on hand.  Even down to Netflix envelopes when I’m lacking blank paper.

As of 2011, I am an unpublished author, working towards a career in writing children’s picture books.  I received my first rejection letter in the fall of 2011, and while it may have slowed me down some, it has not changed the strange desire to be published.

I can honestly say that anyone who enters the world of writing and attempting to get published is a might crazy, but along the way, I have met many other crazies who  can’t stop.

Escaping the Inkwell is mostly my chronicles of the writing life, or lack of at some points.  At some point I hope it will be the chronicles of be a published author, but for now, it’s my ramblings about writing.

If you are ever in the mood to see what I do on the side; flash fiction, poetry, random bits of trivia and thought; you can stop over at Kate’s Bookshelf.  The place where I work on writing and anything that is not about writing, but written.

 

K.L.B.

4 thoughts on “Who Is K.L.B”

  1. Dear KLB,
    I understand your dilemma. Good luck with your writing. Thank you for putting a link to my blog post, “Components of a Good Query Letter.” Believe in you and this story with which you’ve had problems. Remember don’t change anything unless you believe in the changes 100%. Restate your goals and cheer yourself every step of the way. Do something good for you.
    Never Give Up
    Joan Y. Edwards

    http://www.joanyedwards.wordpress.com

  2. You know what they say about what defines an Author: An Author is a Writer who didn’t quit! You’ll get there because you will not stop until you do…and then will likely keep at it!

  3. Dear KLB,
    I understand your dilemma. Good luck with your writing. Thank you for putting a link to my blog post, “Components of a Good Query Letter.” Believe in you and this story with which you’ve had problems. Remember don’t change anything unless you believe in the changes 100%. Restate your goals and cheer yourself every step of the way. Do something good for you.
    Never Give Up
    Joan Y. Edwards
    http://www.joanyedwards.wordpress.com

    +1

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