Going to Ground
Today is one of those days that I’d just skip check-in. If I hadn’t set a goal prohibiting such behavior, I’d do just that. This post would be lost to the overwhelming urge I have to do nothing at this moment. This week has been crazy busy with many emotional ups and downs. Lots of changes are on the horizon and I need to take some time to ground myself. It’s that or risk losing my shit in the midst of it all. I’d much rather be prepared than not. So, this post will be a quick one.
I have finished reading the novel Rosemary and Rue by Seanan McGuire. In fact, that’s what I’ve spent most of this afternoon doing. It’s a really good read. I definitely plan to move deeper into the series. And now, I’ll get back to my craft book. I’ve written every day except Thursday. No progress on novel analyzing or writing a story. We’ll see how all of that goes.
My focus is shifting. I know I’ll finish out this round, but I may need to sit out next round which is not what I’d planned. I guess I will have to give it some serious thought. I hope all is well with you all.
Posted on March 11, 2012, in ROW 80 and tagged books, check-in, fiction, Rosemary and Rue: An October Daye Novel, Row 80, Seanan McGuire, writing goals, Yolanda Early. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.