I know it is necessary here, with how the Covid cases rising everyday and deaths too, but I'd forgotten how inconvenient a full lockdown was. One good thing is banks don't have to work every day. Three days a week with 50% staff and timings up to 2, so I had to go only one… Continue reading The travails of lockdowns
I haven't got a synopsis for RevPit yet, but there's still time? I've got my submission document ready for now. I'm also behind in my camp nano goals, so plans for the weekend is to catch up and maybe build up a buffer. Even though I'm behind on my goals, writing is still happening, and… Continue reading Weekend Plans
March is here, and so is summer. I keep plugging away at words, hoping that I might actually get somewhere with all this. I haven't finished Wizard's Debt yet, but hopefully I'll get to do it this month. March 4th was my son's birthday. He would have turned 18 if he had lived. It is… Continue reading March is here
Why are we still in February? lol. I feel like time isn't passing at all. Flame of a Dragon's Oath and Soul of Magic are with betas and it looks as if Soul of Magic might need a full rewrite. Ah well, time enough for that in the future, I guess. Memories of Forgotten Waves… Continue reading Still in February?
I am rather glad I started anti depressants, because my state of mind is much better. Not everything is hunky dory, of course, but there is hope now. I have increased the number of my WIPs to 48, and I think I'll stop there. It's a nice even number, just shy of fifty, and I'm… Continue reading One week or so later
This week has been different. I started anti depressants, and already I can feel the change. There is a bit of sleepiness, vagueness, inability to focus, and some slight physical issues as well, but for the first time in so long, life doesn't seem like an endless well of despair. I posted the final chapter… Continue reading Something new?
2021 doesn't seem all that different from 2020. In fact it might even be worse, I think. Odd numbered years had never been good for me. I've lost most of the people I loved in such years. My dad in 2007, my brother in law in 2009, my son in 2019, so I'm naturally wary… Continue reading Another Random Ramble
This week had been unlike any other. I had a breakdown at work yesterday and had to leave early. Mental health issues are no fun, and everything is making me more and more convinced that my decision to quit my job next year is the right one. Whether I will be able to generate enough… Continue reading A Hectic Week
It is one year today since I lost my son, and I've been in a funk all week, crying at work, snapping at people, moping around and writing till my hands hurt. Nothing really helps. Nothing can fill the emptiness left behind by him. I took his name as my pen name, and seeing his… Continue reading Depressed pile of goo
I know I said I was planning to take things easy, but when have I ever done that? Lol. Now, I've finished Banished Secret as well, and I think it has turned out better than I thought. Spaces of Silence is with my editor, and she is loving it so far. She said it has… Continue reading Ramblings