Monday, May 9, 2011


The good news? I no longer have a committee of critics in my head trying to break me down. It's been replaced by a fantastic carnival. The bad news? A few drunk carnies hang out there instead. Occasionally, though, when I have an extra smart idea, I win a small stuffed bear. 


(If you answer this riddle correctly...don't hang out with profilers.) 

While at the funeral of her own mother, a woman met a guy whom she did not know. She thought this guy was amazing--the dream guy she'd been searching for--and she fell in love with him immediately.
However, she never asked for his name or number and afterward could not find anyone who knew who he was.
A few days later the girl killed her own sister.
Question: Why did she kill her sister?

Todays Quote:

To say this book is about about me (which is the main reason I was uncomfortable---me, me, me, me... frightening!) is ridiculous. This book is not about me.
           --Super model Kate Moss, talking about her book, Kate: The Kate Moss Book


EJ Fechenda said...

Hi Robbi!! As long as you don't have any creepy clowns at the carnival, you should be good. :) Getting out of your own way is probably one of the most challenging things for a writer to do...we're our own worst critic!

Frank C. Balara said...

I wish I could win prizes everytime I have a good idea! Ha! Will you be letting us know the answer to the riddle? And that's a funny quote! Thanks for the read!

Marquita Hockaday said...

Because the sister stole/killed the guy she was in love with?

I NEED to know this answer. When will you tell us????

Anonymous said...

Ah, I've taken this quiz before, so I already know the answer. It's not true that it means you "think like a serial killer"; just that you think outside the box. There's even a Snopes article on it.

But for the record, I did get it right.

Robbi Sommers Bryant said...

Ah...ket....are u sure you're not a serial killer? I mean, I have no problem if you are as long as you say please and thank you.