As you can see, I’ve fallen off the radar again. I know it’s inexcusable, but I hope you can forgive me.
I’m having more trouble adapting to my new life in Virginia than I thought I would. My brain is going haywire because of the new meds, I’m still living out of boxes until I can afford my own place, I’m waking up every day exhausted and no amount of sleep seems to make it better… I’m struggling, and it’s NaNoWriMo. That’s my happiest time of the year, and it’s feeling like work.
I love my regions. I like my book. I know where it’s going and I’m excited to tell the story. I’m just not as excited as I usually am about the process.
With all this on my mind, I end up short of patience and I lash out at people–or I fall utterly silent. Several of my friends have already been lashed out at, and I regret that. You guys are getting the silent treatment, and I very much regret that as well.
I’m going to take some time to myself and get everything sorted and screwed on straight. I’m going to post when I can, since I still have some book reviews I’ve promised people (I haven’t forgotten about you, Lia) and I’m still having fun reading stuff. But I can’t focus on everything at once, and as much as I love my readers and my writing, my personal mental well-being needs to be priority.
I hope to be back with regularly scheduled posts and chapters soon. 🙂 Thank you all for hanging in with me.
One thought on “Week 4 and Silence”
Hang in there! I know you’ll get it all sorted and get back on track. You’re a writing machine!