Hating the Clock

16 08 2012

Let’s just throw this out there.  Writer’s Block SUCKS!  But what’s worse is I am so insanely busy with school starting for my two youngest kids and our two exchange students, that even if I did want to write, I have no time to do so since I am spending all my time running around talk to school counselors and instructors, trying to get schedules worked out that meet everyone’s educational needs.  In fact, this posting is coming to you LIVE from one of said counselor’s rooms.  She hasn’t arrived yet and I feel the need to vent.

I have two books on the burner right now;  a sequel to Fatal Compulsions (for those of you who’ve read it, Rett and Audry’s story is continuing) and a novel about self-discovery.  Both have reached an impasse, although I got some great ideas for FC’s sequel from one of my fabulous Book Studs that I think I’ll use to get the story moving again. Oh and I should mention that Daughter of My Heart, my newest novel, will be out next month and I have done little to nothing to promote it.

Now, if only I could find the time…and keep writer’s block at bay.  Here’s the counselor. It’s about time.  It’s always about time.




2 responses

23 08 2012
Peggy Strack (@pegmmg)

Oh, how I feel your frustration. The years with growing children are fun and frustrating. Where is the “me” time? It does come. My sons are now grown and on their own (mid-twenties…can they really be that old???). I now have plenty of time to write, market, explore. And, although I miss my sons, this is a wonderful period of my life. It’s coming!!!

25 10 2012
Patricia Kruck Salamone

I started writing as a young child, always loved it, then as I got older life got in the way, work, marriage, children, and all the wonderful things that come with it. I still wrote snips here and there but not the way I would have liked. I am almost 70 now and retired. I have just had my first book publilshed and weather it is popular or not, I have accomplished one of my dreams. You should write when you can, little notes or snipits of thoughts, put them in a note book, kepp it in a safe place, hold on to your dream, feed it, and it will be there when you are ready. All of the things that you experience in life will lead you to the path that is right for you, the one that will make you happy, so keep on writing.

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