I started out today with great intentions but here it is noon and I'm still social networking. How does that happen? Honest to goodness, hours have gone by. I was just going to dive in and check on my email before starting edits and gracious, the morning is over.
There were some immediate to-do things in my Inbox. I tended to those. Two close friends were blogging. I had problem commenting on both blogs. One was setup in Italian and I don't know Italian (except the word Ciao which I think is cool). The other was on e-Harlequin. I couldn't set up a new account there because I already had one. So then I realized I had no clue what my password was. I got a new password from them, slipped in and reset it for my latest password that I can remember, but then I couldn't get to the blog post from there. Went back to the email with the link, tried to log-in again and was denied. I wrote my friend that I'd tried.
Then I remembered that I was supposed to blog elsewhere today. I went and did that. Posted it again on my Myspace which is my consolidated blog. Then since I was logged into blogger, clicked over here to SRNWrites. I've been meaning to get by here more. Where does the time go? Thought I'd write about my daffy morning, so I did.
I think the problem of not being able to focus is related to the coming changes in my writing career. I'm finishing up a book, looking for an agent, and casting about for my next project. I don't want to have my head down when the perfect idea comes my way!
Where does it all lead? Some days its hard to know, but the trick is to just keep putting words onscreen.
Happy writing to all!
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