During this past spring and summer of much work and excitement (including the recent discovery that the pipe to our house from the water main had become disconnected - hey, at least we didn't have to pay for that repair!), I have actually found myself saying, "I don't know how I ever found the time to write."
Well, summer is over and the cooler air has arrived - and hopefully less maintenance and no minor, time-sucking catastrophes.
More importantly, I finally feel ready to get back to writing after my long spring/summer break. Believe me, it's been a little weird not writing for several weeks after twenty years as a professional writer, but I needed the break for many reasons, so I have no regrets.
I do need to prime the pump, though, so I've decided to do some writing exercises with an eye to revising a project I was working on before my hiatus. Some exercises I'm doing are listed on my website here and some are from Donald Maass's Writing The Breakout Novel Workbook.
So far, I'm enjoying them and discovering lots of things to add and change and fix in my work-in-progress. Yeah!
Now if only I can lose the five pounds I put on eating too much junk, as well....