Or lack thereof… So, what did July bring you? What will you be doing in August? I was able to go on two lovely boat cruises No, no not ship cruises but boat cruises still very fun and would do again! I also heard back from an agent submission… to the negative. Sadly, that seems to be the case for a lot of authors. IF you are one, please feel free to leave a comment below. It’s a big pond and there are only a few fishes who know how to swim, if you get my drift. My biggest question
Happy Fourth of July
I’m sorry I haven’t been blogging. It’s been a busy time here. I am posting this pic and that’s about it. Until next time-k
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What’s on my Kindle?
and which ones are unread yet! So, happy Sunday, yes, I am late with my blog post. I apologize, but I have had the absolute worst case of bronchitis and upper respiratory stuff that I have had in a long while. I was tested for Covid, Flu, and everything in between, and it was none of those. Just a good old-fashioned chest cold. Yep. They still exist, folks. And thanks to that, I am way behind on everything, newsletter, podcast, and blog posts. Not to mention my writing for May. Oh boy. Is that ever a touchy subject. I hope
Potato chips: Why is writing so hard?
… and how to get motivated to do it This is being penned in May, one of the hardest months to write, in my honest opinion. I used to take my writing tools out into the sunshine and get the word count down. Now that only serves to make me sleepy and sunburned. And I am back at a job, so who has time? So, why is writing so hard at times and what can we do to get over it? Think potato chips… Huh? Well, I’m glad you asked. For one thing, it isn’t any harder to write on