A good chapter, I must say. This one deals with rehearsals for the musical that WeeWee and his great-aunt are doing together at the local dinner theatre owned by her stepson. There is also a good bit more development of the relationship between the two protagonists, as well as the usual drama caused by Dianne, the vindictive daughter. I’m on the home stretch, now.
January 31, 2010
WEEWEE AND SOMEBODY, Chapter Eight
My three greatest inspirations as an artist are, in no particular order, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, and Alfred Hitchcock. Their films and their personal lives were the reason I started writing and creating back when I was a very lonely and misunderstood teenager. I am at present commencing to hammer out a career-primary or secondary-as an author/illustrator. I already have several books self-published and I've included links to where those are available. Thanks for stopping by! View all posts by RetroMan
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