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Insecure Writer's Support Group. I would like a break.✒️
I’m one of the cohosts, and this month’s question is:
If you ever did stop writing, what would you replace it with?
Let me know in the comments what your answer is. I’m sure no one would be surprised to hear me say, KNITTING!
Man, you’ve been…something. Between the deaths in my family and the ridiculous amount of travel, I honestly would rather deal with 2020. At least, then we got to stay home.
Seriously, we were down in Mississippi from February 22nd through April 15th. The next weekend, we traveled for my grandma’s memorial. The weekend after that I had a convention I was a vendor at. On May 6th, we got to stay home the entire weekend, but the weekend after that, hubby traveled for work. And the weekend after that was a family get-together. After that weekend was my nephew’s graduation, and the next weekend will be his graduation party. And finally, the weekend after is another graduation. Then it’s back to Mississippi until July 8th.
I AM TIRED.
A cherry on top of 2023 is my uncle had a heart attack, so thoughts for him, please.
It’s no wonder I haven’t really written anything new in terms of stories. Some 200-word flash fiction, but mostly, I have been editing. I feel like that doesn’t use as much brain power, and I’m lacking that this year.
AND WE’RE ONLY IN JUNE!
You guys, I’m not sure I can deal with the rest of 2023. I don’t trust it.
I think our best course of action is to put some good vibes into the world. Force 2023 to stop being such a dickhead. Who is with me?
Today's post was part of the Insecure Writer's Support Group.
Created by the ninja captain, Alex J. Cavanaugh, it's a group for writers struggling with writing insecurity (AKA all of us) to gather and discuss their fears or to celebrate writing victories. If you are a struggling writer or need encouragement and friendship, join us. (Someone might have cookies!)
Thank you for your support, and until next time, stay spooked!