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Tag Archives: Slippers & Chains
Right! Looking at what Ileandra has lined up, I have to admit I’m not nearly as organised as her. I know what I think I want to do, but my plans are more liable to change than hers. Let’s have a … Continue reading
Given that Ileandra has done such a damn good job, I think it’s still more startling that I can say the same. If you’re not sure of why, then I think you need to remember this. December Round Up ~Ensure … Continue reading
I realise there hasn’t been much fanfare about this release. Not good, as I really should have been pushing to get some attention on this book. Alas, writing more stuff has slipped into the place of marketing and means that … Continue reading
Not sure why I’m here at the moment. I’ve done noooooooooooothing! This will be the quickest post ever! Actions Last Week ~Write 3,000 words of ‘Slippers & Chains: Three’ (that’s 500 words a day) Let’s try that again! 😉 . . … Continue reading
I feel like I haven’t done much. Now . . . I know when I start a post like that, I’m using bemoaning inactivity and lapses in productivity, but that’s not the case. I haven’t done much, but Ileandra has. … Continue reading
Better than last week. I’ll say that right now. I almost feel human again. I say ‘almost’ because I’m having to get used to my standing desk all over again and, if I’m honest, it feels a little odd. Aaah … Continue reading
I’ll be honest, it’s been a disappointing week. I’m having real trouble focusing on anything for longer than an hour. When I do, the words/editing/thoughts/formatting/designing seems dragged out of me. Like pulling my naked body over tilted beds of hot spikes. With … Continue reading