What day is it? #IWSG

Needless to say, that’s kind of my world at this point. The only reason I know what’s going on when at all it seems is if my calendar tells me. And thank goodness for that. Despite the consistent schedule for my daughter’s class calls, I’d mix up which teacher she was talking to which day.

I haven’t been writing or editing much the past few weeks. My brain just shut off. And likely it’s due to this weird world created by Covid-19 (plus having a 7-year-old asking me stuff every few minutes doesn’t get me far). Probably also partially due to I’m coming into the home stretch for book 5 (and trying to figure out when and how to do a cover reveal).

Of course a new release always comes with its own insecurities. Especially where I struggled with this one. It clicked late of what I needed to change for it to be the story that it is and I think I integrated some of the old stuff that needed to remain correctly.

Then there’s the uncertainty of my event schedule for the year. Right now my events that I would be selling at have either moved or are in a holding pattern while they decide what to do. A different event I was going to volunteer at just announced last night that they were canceling for this year. While that makes me sad, I know it’ll come back better than ever with the extra year to plan. And maybe I’ll have figured out a costume by then.

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One response to “What day is it? #IWSG

  1. Yes J. Jackson. Crazy World indeed. Young children around in this confinement is not easy, wishing you courage to cope. The silver lining is that we gain insight into our family that we might overlook during a more hectic outside life. Time to set into place those rituals as whatever may happen in the future, they always help you keep anchored in the here and now, allowing creativity to bloom, no matter what.
    Wishing you an inspired month of May. Take care, stay safe.

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