© Bridget Whelan
If you want to use any of this material contact me and there is a very good chance I will say YES.
However, if you just cut and paste into your own blog or whatever and pass it off as your own then there's a very good chance I will find out. Don't fall into the trap of thinking the internet is so vast and expanding so fast (note the fancy internal rhyme)] that no one will know.
“Truth be spoken. This is the business,” I suggest out loud.
Yep, the man who wrote Charlotte’s Web knew what he was doing….
Reblogged this on mira prabhu and commented:
I can’t imagine taking the time and effort to write a novel, for instance, and not being utterly besotted by the subject…my own novels take years to complete – and go through multiple revisions until I am content to share them with the world…20 years in the case of my first novel, Whip of the Wild God!!! Like E.B. White, I too do not care for politics, and only got involved marginally because I hate to see what is going on in the USA today…a country that gave me so much and which I grew to love…I also seek to inspire those on the inner path through my work…which is why I focus solely on Spiritual/Metaphysical Fiction…thank you for sharing this post, Bridget Whelan!
Glad you like it Mira. I think Graham Greene said something similar about the author being allowed his subject. Seamus Heaney received a lot of criticism over the years for not dealing directly with the political violence of Northern Ireland…