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If I were a rich woman…

The Bloganuary prompt for today is:

If you had a billion US dollars, how would you spend it?

I’m not going to spend a lot of time thinking about this, because it’s so improbable, but off the top of my head:

  • I’d immediately give at least half to charity.
  • I’d give several million to family and friends.
  • I’d set up writing scholarships.
  • I’d buy Horse Island and move there, turning part of the island into an epic writing retreat that is free to attend (I’m thinking scholarship or lottery for getting a place).
  • I’d hire people to look after marketing and publishing my books so I only had to write.
  • I’d invest the rest so I could live comfortably for the remainder of my life.

If you had a billion US dollars, how would you spend it?

19 thoughts on “If I were a rich woman…”

  1. Sounds like a great plan! I will certainly come to Horse Island for a writing retreat – it sounds amazing! I like all your plans, I’d also like to make a movie of The Lucky Diamond, the movie-tie in is always a great way to boost sales! Not sure how much that would cost but I think a billion dollars should cover it! 🙂

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      1. You got that right. And maybe someday, if not rich, then I’ll be able to make a living writing full time. For now, though, I’ll just be happy I have a good job that pays well (actually just got a raise), pay my mortgage, and sing “If I Were a Rich Man” from Fiddler on the Roof every now and then.

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      2. I’ve been singing that song all day!

        Congrats on the raise! Yay! It’s hard to make enough money from writing to live on, but I’m sure you can do it, Rami. I look forward to the day you can leave your job to be a full time author. 😈

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