How to guarantee a long life?
Hi Readers! Well, the editing and polishing continue, and I am really happy with the progress and the shape of my next novel. As I endure this repetitive task, I remind myself that if we stopped the act of repetitive tasks in our life… we simply wouldn’t have life! Breathing is a very important one that comes to mind! This one little act ensures the longevity of our life, so I take comfort in the fact that small things certainly do make a big difference.
Here is a little something to entertain you while I remain focused on my mission…
I was looking back over some of my past posts and there is a short story that reminds me of a good friend of mine. This friend has Triskaidekaphobia. Some of you will know what this is, but just in case you don’t, it is the fear of the number thirteen. Peter, you know who you are! For those brave enough to risk flirting with this infamous number, if you haven’t already, have a read… Lucky Number Thirteen?
Will keep you posted! Enjoy another week everyone.
Extra! Extra! How much extra should I do?
As I continue the arduous task of rewriting, the rewritten rewrites, I feel like I am scrutinizing my work, like a bug under the microscope. I am thinking bugs… then suddenly I see a fly land on my computer monitor! My first reaction was to try and scare it off by using the cursor. Has anyone else experienced this silly kind of behaviour?
This reflection reminds me of one of my short stories. You know that the number of times you catch someone watching you will be in direct correlation to the number of times you actually do something stupid. You might want to have a read… Don’t Look… You’re Being Followed
Anyway, the new ‘literary masterpiece’ continues to be manipulated… Ten-minute thrillers remain on hold, for now! How much longer you ask? Well, I am happy to say that the work is progressing a little faster than I expected.
Will keep you posted! Enjoy your week everyone.