Helluva Time

Hi everyone,

Sorry for the radio silence this last couple of weeks. With covering the day job (ick) full time and attending signings and conventions on the weekends, I’m developing a real exhaustion-level event. As usual when I’m tired and run down, my Down Days have shifted between being on the cusp of screaming and the border of crying for most of it.

I’ve also been trying my hardest to get some writing done. The other kind that leads to actual books and things, not blogging, obviously. Hell, this post is even being written thumb-wise while waiting in the car. With a lot of potential projects on my plate from novels and novellas to comics, I’m trying to get as much work our there as possible in an effort to raise some kind of presence in the literary world. As always, this is the hardest part of being an author and sometimes it feels like swimming in treacle while utterly invisible.

Still, on we strive.

Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that I’m thinking about you all, I’m still here, and I’ll post something interesting as soon as I can think of what it might be.

Thanks for reading, folks.

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6 Comments

  1. try bein a bit kinder to you my friend, knows it hard, been there done it, but you WILL mak e it, your a grand Author

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  2. I’ve done the crying/screaming stage, more than once and the only thing to do is rest and indulge your way out of it. For me, this tends to mean epic amounts of toast. Marmite is also good, vit B for the more stable mind and so forth. Look after you, and get out of this faster and be more productive later as a consequence – it really does work better that way. I’ve tried and tested the stoically trudging on, and it doesn’t work as well as quality sofa time.

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