Grief doesn’t rearrange the furniture anymore, she just throws everything away with no care for whether she’ll need it later. Grief sits at the kitchen table with her head in her hands, a cup of black coffee, untouched, at her elbow. She understands the meaning of despondency because she goes there for micro visits 500 times a day. Read more here…
I’ve been enjoying reading a few of your A-Z posts but haven’t been able to work out how to leave comments on the others. How are you finding the challenge? I relate to what you say about having to tone down the editing with the schedule. I am pushing myself through so much research, knowing full well I’ve bitten off too much but no regrets. I’m learning so much and it’s coming together really well. Hope its going well and I enjoyed your posts xx Rowena
Hi, Rowena! I love your blog! The flow is wonderful (hence the name) and so many great topics to discuss in each post. I, too, am trying to get a book out but working through this atozchallenge first (and it’s challenging!). So yes, bag the editor and just go with what you’ve got. I was finding it difficult to leave a comment on your page as well. My comments are at the end of the taglines below each post, the last on the list. It’s on the home page, not at the end of the post on the secondary page. Are yours only on the “about” page? Also, I couldn’t figure out how to follow your blog. Can you enlighten me? We could have a whole long discussion about “suffering for your art” but I’ll save that for a time when I’m back on your page. Await your advice on the follow. Cheers and happy writing!