Once Upon a Writer’s Dream

Once upon a time in a faraway land, there lived a writer of words known as a journalist who told the news. He wanted more than that, he wanted to write fiction. This thinker of a man did succeed in achieving his dream of writing a novel. It even gained regional popularity. Alas, he did not gain world fame as he had hoped. His country was one in the northern climes and he wrote in a language that was unknown to many.

Then came a brave knight to rescue this book from its lesser fame. This barely known crusader bought the rights to this book. Then the magic began. The title’s name, “Men Who Hate Women” was changed and given a more mystical feel like that of a dragon.

He and his fellow knights of Quercus traveled far and wide letting people know of this book and their incantations worked their magic even as far as Hollywood where the book was sold. Thus ends the tale so far of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.”

If you would like to read the complete tale of how this book achieved world-wide acclaim, click here.


About TheWriteChris

I've been an intermittent writer for years and now I am taking the deep plunge. I will soon be be published in the Career Guide for Salem Press where I wrote about the Real Estate Industry. I am an active member of CHAIRS, a regional writer's critique group. I also do my best to keep informed of the publishing industry news and changes. Over the years I've written numerous short stories, a humorous book on being a Realtor and have a partly finished romance/fantasy novel. For about the last 10 years I've written skits for adults that run anywhere from a few minutes to an hour. In the past year I began writing for the children's curriculum at my church. This opened up my eyes and heart to writing for children - the writing genre I am now pursuing most actively.
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