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It’s nearly two p.m. I’ve been up since 5:30, went to sleep at 2 a.m. so not too much sleep last night. Needless to say, I’m kind of in a fog right now.
I should be doing something. Writing something. EFFIN’ ALBERT needs work, I’m waiting for final thingies from my last beta person but I’m sure there’s something I could be doing right now, tweaking or whatever. Doing this or that or whatnot.
I did do something relative to CHERRY, I emailed a publisher who’s had the full since . . . let’s just say, it’s been a while. Anyway, I emailed the guy and now I’m second-guessing that particular decision, probably should have thought about it some more.
I pulled up Absolute Write, found a bunch of threads that seemed interesting and I nearly posted on three or four of those, let me look. The Basic Writing Questions forum had a thread started by a kid who needs to condense his writing, or so his teacher says. I had some good ideas to share but they kind of flew out the proverbial window. Then there was the thread about narrators always being in first person. The poster wondered why. Most of my novels fit that bill so I thought I could impart some woids of wisdom there.
Didn’t have any. Couldn’t find ’em in this fog.
I skipped–actually, I dragged my sorry ass 🙂 –over to Query Letter Hell. Some really good queries, ripe for imparting my vast knowledge (ha) relative to all things query. Wasn’t feeling it. Didn’t do it.
There you have it. kk is fogged out. This blog is evidence of that, if nothing else. Except, I could say to my readers, thank you for listening. And any time you want to chime in, feel free. I enjoy hearing from you. But if you have more important matters to attend to, I understand. Actually, that’s perfectly fine. I shall be here, regardless.