Getting Back into the Groove

After a very intense year of writing the first and second draft of my novel Blood Feud, and about six other short stories, I decided it was time to take a break from my intense everyday writing schedule. I did this to prevent a super crash burnout and to spend more time with my son before he started kindergarten. Well, he started kindergarten last week. I cried. I felt lost and broken because my one and only child began the daily journey of public education. Now it’s time for me to move on, and seize the opportunity of more time, putting it to good use.

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Taking a Break

After a good push to get the second draft of my novel Blood Feud done, I feel a need to stop and take a breather. Mostly because I’m feeling a bit worn out and feeling the edge of burned-out creeping up on me. That’s the last thing I need, so I’ve decided to take a break from my novel and catch up on other things. One of those things is my blog. I already moved it from Blogger to WordPress (as you probably already noticed). That was a big step for me. One I’ve been putting off for awhile. I’m glad I made the change though. I really do love WordPress better. It’s so much more versatile.

Anyways, I will be taking the time to do more posts on my blog. Don’t be surprised to see two or more posts a week for awhile. Yes, I know that’s a epidemic for me. It’s something I never saw myself doing EVER.  Hold on while I look out my window to see if pigs are flying. Nope. No pigs. Yet.

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