being jennifer garrett
Every day an adventure in mediocrity
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I've been writing since the third grade, when Mrs. Tillotson made us write a short story for a student writers' contest. I won. (With a title like "The Missing Cat," how could I lose?) Writing is hard and frustrating and I don't do it well, but it is what I do. Some foolish people have been known to pay me for it, which is sweet, but unfortunately, rare.

Spotlight: Philadelphia
Helping Hands: Mike Ballantyne and Kate Whittaker
Q&A: Robert M. White Jr.
The Write Stuff
Message in an Instant

Review of What Would Buffy Do?
Eats, Blogs & Leaves (archived)
New Jocks on the Blog (archived)
How to Date and Blog (archived)
Profile of Abigail Garner of Families Like Mine

Elegy for Venus
Ice Capades
The Importance of Being Roomies

Only a mediocre writer is always at his best.
-- Maugham

Writing is like prostitution. First you do it for love, and then for a few close friends, and then for money.
-- Moliere


© Jennifer E. Garrett