While cleaning out some old files I came across these old stickers. I believe I got them for the writing organizer software I used to distribute over a decade ago.
When I first started seriously writing I really wanted some kind of digital notebook to organize all my ideas, stories, and submissions. So I wrote my own, using the Delphi programming language. I received the stickers because the software reviewed favorably.
And I am still using this software, though it was rewritten in C# a few years ago. I stopped distributing it because supporting software is a bit of a headache and I wasn’t making enough money from it to justify the time spent away from actually writing.
But it continues to evolve. I’ve upgraded it to handle writing and organizing novels better as well as generate eBook-ready content. I’ve also added a lot of error catching tools to it, to help reduce mistakes I make when writing.
Anyways it was kind of amusing finding the stickers. Now I’m not sure what to do with them.
I say keep them. They obviously something that means something to you. If you do want to get rid of them then give them to your kids. Stickers and kids go hand in hand. I’m sure they’ll find a door a wall to decorate.
Yes, they are headed to the kids craft table.