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Sunday, December 11, 2005

It's a dog dish life 


From Writer's Digest:


In Snoopy's Guide to the Writing Life--a wonderful gift for writers--a roundup of 30 famous writers and entertainers respond in short essays to their favorite Snoopy "at the typewriter" strip. Each essay focuses on how the strip presents an aspect of the writing life-getting started, getting rejected, searching for new ideas, and more-everything that beginning and professional writers deal with on a daily basis....

The book presents a powerful lineup of contributors, including Elmore Leonard, Clive Cussler, Danielle Steel, William F. Buckley, Sue Grafton, Julia Child, Ray Bradbury, and, of course, the Beagle himself.



But why not write your own Snoopy novel?


Snoopy's Novel
A simple story writer by James Thiele.
This writes a very short novel in the style of Snoopy in the Peanuts comic strip.



Choose a couple of phrases, and you can end up with a masterpiece such as this one that I created:






Oops. The JavaScript didn't work for some reason. So you'll have to go to the real thing (what the world wants today). Thank you (mountains crumble to the sea).

P.S. Coke jingle and Led Zeppelin song - I'm doing well tonight.

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