We’re in the thick of things right now, sorting and purging and packing and boxing. Deciding what comes with us, and what we never loved enough to be worth the hassle of moving. I’ve said before that this process is uplifting for me, and it is, but it’s also exhausting, especially when — as now — you are on a tight deadline and pregnant to boot.
I’m actually very grateful that the readers who have my manuscript are taking their time getting back to me, because I don’t think I have the energy or time to deal with that right now. That will have to come later in the summer, even if it does throw off the timeline I had in mind.
But even in the midst of all the busyness, I’m still trying to make a little time for relaxing. Care to join?
having a husband with a PhD in mathematics makes this extra fascinating to me
writers shouldn’t have to deal with this
children’s books are some of the best books out there
rather delightfully inspiring, in a schadenfreude sort of way
rachael writes the sweetest, simplest essays
12 beautiful places to visit in the United States
To add to your reading list:
short fiction for today
long fiction for tomorrow