Chef Merle Blanc, he has the nose. And when millionaire Bernard Goldberg dies during his wedding luncheon, Chef Blanc's nose, he smells the murder! What greater insult for Chef Blanc than that someone would commit a murder in his restaurant during the wedding reception he has so painstakingly prepared. But the doctors and police believe Goldberg's death was natural. Can Chef Blanc keep some forty guests and employees long enough for him to don his apron and cook a killer's goose?
Author, teacher, and friend Jan Phillips, sent this request for a writers' survey.
We are working on a book that addresses the myths about creativity that have kept many of us silent and "in our place" for centuries. We are hoping to elicit from you some of the notions, myths or voices that have led you to feel you are not creative or discouraged you from trying. Your responses are confidential and anonymous. There are only 17 short questions. Thanks for sharing your time and insight. Jan and Ruth
Blessings on all your creative visions and endeavors!