marking a moment
My work is done. Not really. If I could switch off my imagination, my work would be done. I embrace instead the tangents of thoughts that take me to many a magical place and accept that writing is and will always be my favourite form of release. Truthfully, the idea of life without such spark is no life at all.
Today, I am marking a moment. All three of the written parts of the Panopticon series are now available in paperback and ebook format so I pause just long enough to appreciate the end-products of years of writing.
It feels weird.
I have such a strong drive to finish things - an aching need to achieve that last end stop - so much so that I now take a regular last Friday of the month day off to find a moment of Zen. Relax. Learning how to pace myself. Striving for a different perspective. Only I would reach for pause making raspberry trifle. A futile attempt to clear away the mind clutter.
It is great to finish but whenever I do, all I then want is to start afresh. I feel out of sorts when I am not writing. Creating short stories at the moment to keep me going until I'm ready to dive back into the deep end and develop the storyboard for the next novel.
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