And I feel fine.
I feel totally fine with saying goodbye to 2013.
It’s been a year of transition for me. I went into it with a lot of momentum—finishing and polishing another novel, writing four short stories, one anthology sale, two workshops, a Worldcon, a new crit group, and making handful of new writing friends. In fact, all told, that’s just the first half of 2013.
The rest of this year, I’ve been sidelined dealing with a family member’s illness. Productivity came to a screeching halt, writing time evaporated, and all that momentum has turned into regret at what-could-have-beens.
So yeah. Don’t let the door hit you on your way out, 2013. I’ve got my eye on the horizon and what 2014 will bring. It’s going to be good. I can feel it.
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What to expect next January? Well, more natterings on about my writing process, some subtle changes to the blog, maybe even some good news. A girl can hope!
In the meantime, whatever you celebrate, have a wonderful next few weeks and a happy New Year!
2 thoughts on “The End of the Year as We Know It”
I'm sorry the end of 2013 wasn't so great as the beginning for you. But you had a successful, productive first half of the year, which is something to be thankful for! I'm sure 2014 will be your best one yet. 🙂 Wishing you a wonderful holiday and new year!!
Happy reading and writing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines
You're amazing, and I just know 2014 will bring amazing things for you.
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