Thinking about how I still haven't started the draft for my phonics book(s) because I still haven't finished the research...and if I plan on selling it sometime this year, I should probably get the ball going.
Also thinking about writing some ebooks, but I probably won't.
This was written on the hub of a writer recently: "I'm in touch with my feelings – maybe a tad too much, seeing as I can write on command about them".Sort of implies that this is not a good thing....Why would this be bad? I really don't think there's any such thing as being in touch...
Don't its not even about the money, over-priced and over-hyped that the product is. Its about the spam bots that come and try to trash your blog if you crticise - except they ain't bots they were people once. What started as a low-key exercise in SEO has turned out into a full-scale example of the...
When was the first time you really began thinking about your own mortality?Was it a certain age? A certain life event like the death of a parent or friend? The birth of a child? I'm 45. I had a good friend commit suicide when I was 39. Still, I don't think I really thought about my own mortality...
What is the best way to stop thinking?Basically, I'm having a hard time running right now because I can't convince my brain to turn off. This conflicts with when I want to run as running distracts from thought. I want to keep running, but it's hard to stop thinking. Anyone have any thoughts on...
How do you cope with the thought of your own death?Calling all you 'older' (ahem) writers out there. Do you find yourself becoming a more melancholy person as you get older? Does your mortality begin to hit home? If it does, how do you cope with it and stop yourself becoming just an old misery guts?
I was just looking at my hubtivity, and it appears that I have written or responded to over 1,000 posts in the forums. Gee! If I had a dollar for every post, I would have enough money to pay my rent for one month and still have $350 bucks to spare!I also found one of my older posts about falling in...
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