This must be the week for heart-broken poetry. This one comes from a slightly different angle, but still beautifully painful. With many thanks to Tricia Drammeh. Please read through the haiku.
I know my blog has been a little (ahem) inactive lately. I’ve relied heavily on reblogs and some other miscellaneous posts instead of offering my weekly advise and insights on writing and craft. I’m sure there will be times I feel moved to write about writing, but for now, I’ll leave craft to the experts.
Since starting a new job almost six weeks ago (holy cow, I can’t believe it’s been that long), I’ve haven’t had as much time to blog and write. I’ve been trying to rewrite and edit Better Than Perfect in preparation for publication this summer. After doing an initial re-read of the manuscript, I decided to change the whole thing (75,000 words) from past to present tense. Needless to say, this has been a huge undertaking.
Today I’ve got a bad case of Almost-Monday Blues. I truly dread the upcoming week for many reasons. Consequently, I…
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