Aldo Itmaselph - the writer who insisted on working alone. No editor. No beta-readers. Just him.
Althea Thoone - the writer who spent more time having coffee with writers’ groups than actually writing.
Candice P. Love - the writer so in love with her own work that she found it impossible to part with it.
Collette A Day - the writer who gave up.
Haile Improbable - the writer whose plots overflowed with timely coincidences.
Horace Cope - the writer who would only write if the ‘signs were right’.
Maura Applause - the writer who wrote only to get praise.
Barry D’Alive - a writer who took personal research that one step too far…
Bess Sellars - the writer crippled by the fear of Book Number Two.
Myra Gret - a writer who wanted to write, but never found the time.
|Elspeth Futcher is an author and playwright. Thirteen of her murder mystery games and two audience-interactive plays are published by host-party.com. Her A Fatal Fairy Tale, Deadly Ever After and Curiouser and Curiouser are among the top-selling mystery games on the Internet. Elspeth's newest game, The Great British Bump Off is now available from her UK publisher, Red Herring Games, as is her Once Upon a Murder. Elspeth's 'writing sheep' are a continuing feature in the European writers' magazine Elias and also appear on this blog from time to time. Connect with her on Twitter at @elspethwrites or on Facebook at Elspeth Futcher, Author.|