I starting blogging because I read having an on-line presence was a must if I want to get published. It felt strange at first, then I started to enjoy it. It was like having a whole new circle of friends. Many were writers - published or unpublished - so we shared some of the same interests and everyone was very supportive. I also found a lot of information I might never have seen otherwise.
But I seem to have worked myself into a corner. I'm spending too much time blogging with writers and not enough time being one. This has become especially clear since the beginning of the New Year. I set up several goals for getting back on track and tackling my post-beta-read rewrites and so far I'm just chasing my tail.
Time for me to re-focus. I'm going to step back from blogging for a bit until I've got my writing groove back. I hope you won't forget me while I'm gone. Good luck with all the great stuff everyone's got going on.
Groaner of the Day: Dr. Watson arrives at 221-B Baker Street and is stunned to find his friend Sherlock Holmes out front in an overall, applying a pale yellow gloss to the front door.
"Good Gad, Holmes," cried the stupefied Watson, "What is that supposed to be?"
Holmes turned to his friend, one eyebrow raised. "A lemon entry, my dear Watson."