I’ve been counting down the days for the last month or so. Chomping at the bit to get back to the actual writing of Running the Asset. Well, that time finally came last week. That’s also around the time a wee bit of fear slipped in, tainting my excitement.
Getting back into writing fiction after a break can be a scary thing. It’s like riding a bike after a long time, I suppose. But, not in the analogous way of how you never forget how to do it.
Happy March, Everyone! I’ve been counting down the days for the new month to begin. I know; I’m getting over-excited and neglecting to say why. Let me start by saying I had one hell of a week working on Running the Asset.
One reason for my excitement is that my first interview went live yesterday on Marsha Ingrao’s site, alwayswrite.blog. I had a lot of fun answering her questions. If you want to learn more about me, take a keek at my interview.
Things were a bit touch and go for most of the week. I had a dental thing that caused immense pain, which my CRPS does not like. That’s putting it mildly; the trauma from the procedure triggered a significant flare-up to the point it spread to my left hand and my feet. Though it’s still lingering, I managed to get some excellent work in for Running the Asset. Let’s dive straight in!
Happy Wednesday! I hope this weeks journal entry finds you well.
I was struggling to come up with this intro paragraph. You know it’s supposed to give an idea of the overall tone of the post, with a wee hint at how things went. And it’s the how things went part that got me. I’ve been so focused on the job that I couldn’t even tell you off the top of my head what I got done.
Luckily, I’ve got my journals and planner to give me a bit of a clue…