Your manuscript is both good and original. But the part that is good is not original, and the part that is original is not good.The quotation has haunted me for the past week. Witty, but not the best of portents.
I have spent the past four weeks in Oregon trying to develop a schedule for my blog posts.
My old schedule of daily posts needs to be modified. Returning to work creates some limitations. But not as many as my broken ankle.
Most writers would love to have a bit of forced immobility in their lives. Time to sit and write. A poet's dream.
Unfortunately, immobility can also lead to some rather repetitive life experiences. And, short of sounding like the prosaic equivalent of Philip Glass, I need to be experiencing a bit more in my life before I start sharing the dark echoes in the back of my mental warehouse.
For a week, I have been working on a post on "poverty" in Mexico. I can now stop fussing over it because my blogger friend Felipe has produced a marvelous piece.
I suggest you head on over to Gringo arrogance and enjoy.
And then talk amongst yourselves.
Perhaps, I will then have some idea how often I am going to post original material.