This is the writing blog and website of Kelly Michaels. The title and it’s subtitle, A woman moved is a fountain troubled; and thereby hangs a tale, are a few pilfered lines from Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shew. Here is the full passage, as recited by Katherine:
A woman moved is like a fountain troubled,
Muddy, ill-seeming, thick, bereft of beauty,
And while it is so, none so dry or thirsty
Will deign to sip or touch one drop of it.
Pictures, unless otherwise stated, that are posted here belong to me. For help in nagivating this website, please see the tabs at the top of the page. With more content, I will slowly add more tabs. What you can expect in the future, either short or distant, are tabs on any current and future projects, schedule of events, FAQ perhaps as well as various others that will link you to somewhere helpful.
There are other places that you may find me on the vast and wide world of the Internet. Here are a few:
What you can expect:
My Twitter will be updated frequently or infrequently, dependent on my level of interest of the site. (You can see my latest updates on the side bar of this blog). My Facebook page is a complementary to this blog–I post blog updates, useful writer tips, quotes, and anything pertaining to my professional writing career. My LiveJournal will be a casual blog in which I post updates with a more personal tone. I’ll try not to talk too much about my writing there because that’s what I’m supposed to do here. My Pinterest, with certainty, will contain almost to nothing about my professional writing. It’s designed to archive some cool nifties I see. Occasionally, I will create pinboards that relate to my current project, because looking at the art and the fashion and landscapes helps me visualize stories. All the while, it might help potential readers get an idea on what I’m writing.
I ask that my email be used for professional queries only. Please do well to notice that most of my usernames are “ikellymichaels”, while my email is “kellyrmichaels”(at)gmail(dot)com. The “r” is for my middle name, which is, as everyone knows, Ruthodimere.