Would you marry for money? This is the first thought-provoking question at the end of The Trinket Wife. Reading the novel isn’t necessary, although you might like to. You can submit a personal or group response.
My personal answer: Not only for money, but people do tend to marry in social groups and I guess I have. People know they don’t want to live in poverty with children if avoidable. They may not marry for heaps of money, more for a steady job and prospects for both partners. Having hope for the future when making plans depends on some financial security.
The more I think about this question the more possibilities there are for answers. Please add your comments in less than 100 words. All comments will be moderated to avoid offence.
I am pleased to be back after taking time out to write The Trinket Wife and do all the other things that add up to a full life.
November to March is the time I spend in Sri Lanka and an opportunity to spend days when writing is a priority.
Today The Trinket Wife started its journey from upload to download availability. There is a lot more work to do. Getting the paperback version available. Marketing and reconnecting with my blog and more.
For any writer, taking control of a book is a huge task. It takes many hours of preparation. There are the times when the computer goes down at the wrong moment. and numerous interruptions. For all my fellow writers I send my admiration.
Also to all those who keep on writing because they enjoy it and don’t want the hassle of publishing.
I have joined a writing group here in Kandy, Sri Lanka, and take pleasure in listening to what others have written, over a cup of coffee. It is because of them that I have found the spirit to go through the task of publishing and marketing for a second time.
This is a blog to reconnect, now each week I will be in touch and read your blogs too.