Here’s my latest post at Austin Mystery Writers.
So you start writing your post about the incomparable Josephine Tey’s mystery novels two weeks before it’s due but don’t finish, and then you forget, and a colleague reminds you, but the piece refuses to come together, and the day it’s due it’s still an embarrassment, and the next day it’s not much better, and you decide, Oh heck, at this point what’s one more day? and you go to bed,
and in the middle of the night you wake to find twenty pounds of cat using you as a mattress, and you know you might as well surrender, because getting him off is like moving Jello with your bare hands,
Elisabet Ney: Lady Macbeth, Detail (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Attribution: Ingrid Fisch at the German language Wikipedia. GNU_Free_Documentation_License
so you lie there staring at what would be the ceiling if you could see it, and you think, Macbeth doth murder sleep…. Macbeth shall sleep no more,
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3 thoughts on “A Mind Unhinged”
I identify with your post and I LOVE that sky. BTW, “mainly” is just the right amount of truth for many writers.
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Author of YOU WANT ME TO DO WHAT? Journaling for Caregivers & Author of TALENT
It’s good to hear from you, Lynn. I reviewed YOU WANT ME TO DO WHAT? for Story Circle several years ago–liked it very much–and got to attend one of your sessions at an SC conference in Austin several years ago. Thanks for your comment.
You are very welcome. I’ve started a blog tour for my new book, TALENT, and I will be at the SCN Conference again this April.
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