On Writer’s Blog

I'll be around...

Dear Blog,

I’m afraid I owe you an apology.  I have been neglecting you lately, I know.  Like a houseplant or a pet you desire interaction, and must have your nutrients and my time to be happy and thrive, and I have been spending my time with a different love.

This may be hard for you to hear, but I feel I must say it, just get these guilty feelings out so I can clear the air!  So, yes, I have been neglecting you in order to spend quality time with my manuscript.  She’s so creative and beautiful, and I find that the more time I spend with her the better she gets, and the more rounded a writer I become.

So, I just want to say that our relationship has to be whittled down to, I hope, a mutual friendship.  I just need a little space to work on my relationship with my manuscript and see where that will take me…Us.

Just remember, you can rely on me still, as a friend, a shoulder to cry on, whatever you need.  I promise to visit periodically, but I don’t feel it is fair to you to stay in a close relationship…for now.

It’s not you, it’s me.

I’ll be seeing you around.

C.K. Garner

3 thoughts on “On Writer’s Blog

  1. Hold your distance. But let us know if you have tipps for writing!:)

    • Oh, no fears there. I just felt the need to explain myself to my lonely blog page! I need to fed it words from time to time, or its leaves get all yellow and fall off! If I come across anything interesting, I’ll post it…in fact, there is a Blog by a favorite author of mine, Cherie Priest. Today she posted about her word count and her deadline. You can read it by going to http://www.cheriepriest.com

      C.K. Garner

  2. Props man, on choosing the story over the internet. It’s a break increasingly harder to make these days, and I hope you and your manuscript keep going strong.

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