Why I didn’t write today

Why didn’t I do any writing today?

I had to…

Clean the house

Spend time with my kiddo

Walk the dog

Feed the dog

Take the dog back outside (in subzero temperatures)

Try to stay warm

Go to work (the day job, the one that pays the bills)

Answer some email

Pay some bills

Check Facebook

Worry about friends having health issues

Read just a few more pages in the final Dark Tower book and feel depressed because I’m sure there isn’t going to be a happy ending

Wonder what in the world I’m supposed to be doing on Twitter

Not to mention Pinterest

Worry that no one reads my Facebook posts

Worry that no one reads my blog posts

Worry that no one is reading my published book—but maybe they’re all waiting for book 2 to come out and take the publishing world by storm… if only I could finish it

Worry about the state of the world because over the weekend there was a shooting at the mall near my house, with three people killed, including the shooter


Well, there’s always tomorrow.

About Cindy Young-Turner

Hippie chick who is still hoping to change the world someday. Author of the fantasy novel, Thief of Hope.
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5 Responses to Why I didn’t write today

  1. ghostinthelivingroom says:

    Please follow my blog for a positive insight on life, daily quotes to get the day started, trivial statements and funny anecdotes. I’m a new blogger, but trust me, you will not be disappointed. Have a beautiful and blessed day 🙂

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  2. We didn’t do very much writing today either, Cindy. I told Carrie Rubin that authors need to lobby for twelve day weeks. LOL. There’s just so much to do and such little time to do it in.

  3. M. L. Doyle says:

    LOL! Isn’t that the truth! There’s always a long list of reasons not to write. I finally put some words to the page this weekend and man, did it feel good!

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