Jabberwocky: writing, reading, working, and sitting

Time’s been flying by since the release of Solo Flight. I haven’t done much writing, but I have been keeping very busy. The biggest loss of personal time stems from finally landing a job I’d been angling for over the past six months. With this new department, I have no down time but less stress, so while I won’t be balancing my checkbook during market hours anymore, I have already noticed a change in my mood, energy, and behavior.

Carving out time for writing should come as I settle into the new routine. As will time to clean the house, catch up on laundry, and other things being neglected lately. Including Crank. Yes, I know it’s been a while since I posted a chapter to that fun online web series. I know what comes next. It’s in my head, waiting for the time to sit down and write. Perhaps I should’ve chosen that obnoxious redhead over the blog this morning, but I’m barely awake and will have a better shot at coherent fiction after my run. I’ll get back to him. Soon, I promise.

Even reading has become scarce in my life. I’ve had the anchor story for the Eostre’s Baskets collection on my Kindle since release date, and still have about an hour left to read. A New Dawn is a great story, too, and I want to finish it. (Warning for you M/M “purists”, this is a het romance. You know, girl bits.) Essie, the creator of the baskets in Solo Flight (and the other stories) has her own tale to tell and her own shot at a sexily ever after in A New Dawn. I’ve enjoyed it so far, and will have to let you know more once I’ve finished reading it.

Oh, I’d meant to write about the new running club, but I’ve rambled at you enough for one Sunday morning. I’ll add that to the list of things to do. It’s already there, in a way, because I’m hoping to come back to the health/fitness posts in between writing updates. Let’s face it. Both readers and writers spend a lot of time sitting, and so once in a while we need to set the stories aside and come up for air. Our bodies will appreciate it, even if our muses object.

Happy Sunday, dear Readers!


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