Our heroine discovers time on her hands.

I hate having nothing to do. Some people cope quite well with life at a certain pace, but I do not. In fact, I sometimes wonder if the worst thing in the world for me would be to win the Lottery. Life with all the major challenges met (which, you have to admit, would happen if you suddenly had millions) would I think leave me slightly crazy.

“Nooooooooooooooooooooooo! Alright yes.”

I’ve just finished one project, that I enjoyed so much I happily got up early each day to do it. The fact that it’s done, though, leaves me without the mental crutch it had provided. I’ve several other plots I could be working on, but I’m not able to rush into them yet, none of them have gripped me the same way. Plus, I am tired. I feel that while one side of my brain is telling me to rush on to the next project, the other is close to just switching off and sleeping, whether I want it to or not.

So I want to work, but I’m tired, and I need to work, but I don’t. I think what I might to for a bit is read, even; read writers I haven’t had a chance to read for a while, and see what it does to my mind.

Isn’t this Heaven? From metafilter.com

Sooooo… anything you’d recommend? And that goes for Blogs, as well, I’d love to see what’s out there. Have a good weekend!

One thought on “Our heroine discovers time on her hands.

  1. SJ O'Hart

    Well, personally I can’t wait to get my hands on Donna Tartt’s new novel, ‘The Goldfinch.’ I love her other stuff and a new book from her is majorly exciting. That’ll be my next big reading project, once I’m done with NaNoWriMo.

    Well done you on seeing a project through, and moving on to the next thing. Go, Claire! šŸ™‚ But rest is very important, too.

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