Every so often I go through this down phase in my writing. It's the sort of thing that many writer's go through (or so I've noted from other writer's blogs) where they can't write, or they have no inspiration, or they just don't feel like putting on the "writer face". In short, they give up on their online presence and say, "The hell with it!"
That's kind of where I'm at right now. I have bronchitis, I'm plugging away on Terris and waiting around for other various things to happen (a book to come back from the type editor, my Five Tribes series to get back from the voice actor's) and I just don't feel like I have a lot to contribute to the online world of "Kate Copeseeley" the writer.
I'm still here. I'm still writing, editing, and making inroads on my various works. I'm just not being loud about it right now. And to top it off, tomorrow, I'm bound for The Land of No Internet, where I will be officially AFK and out of reach.
I hope to have some encouraging news soon, and when I do, I will post again, my friends.
For now, I'm taking the summer off reading new books (there might be a few here and there) and reading only my favorites. I need a brain rest. This continual search for my next new favorite is draining me down to nothing, folks.
What will I be reading?
Octavia Butler, Barbara Kingsolver, George R. R. Martin, Marion Chesney, Georgette Heyer, Jane Austen and any other favorites I have lying around the house. No more recommendations or reviews from my favorite bloggers for me. Nope. This summer is all about my lost loves. I will find them all over again!
Until next time, my friends and readers,