I feel guilty posting because I have no time to read the blogs of those of you who comment here.
I am sad because I love to read your blogs and I have no time.
I am working on several short stories, trying to get some ready to submit to the WD contest which deadlines May 15th. I am also trying to re-write and edit my two NaNo stories and add to my Divine Death story.
If someone with lots of money wants to be my patron so I can quit my day job and write full time, email me.
what can i get for $5?ReplyDelete
We are hsappy when you blog and when you visit.ReplyDelete
You aren't missing anything major at my place -- sea turtles, peacocks, same-old, same-old. No reason to feel left out.ReplyDelete
Don't worry about it. You have a LIFE. :) I don't think you are missing reading about how the sun's out and the dog's half-hour trips outside...ReplyDelete
I'm just glad you stop by when you can. And blog when you can. :)
Good luck with the contest. Do your thing. That's what counts.ReplyDelete
When and if you find your patron - see if he would be willing to share :)ReplyDelete
I second Dr Johns and the other comments, live your life, spend your time time doing what's most important, after all, there is only so much "spare" time! Good luck with your various writing projects! :)ReplyDelete
Only so many hours in the day. I quit my day job and I still don't have time to visit everywhere I want to.ReplyDelete
I know just how you feel...so little time so much to do.ReplyDelete
Good luck on the contest. Wish I knew someone who had the money to be a patron of the arts...what makes you think I would share such a person :) LOL
yes it would be nice to have more time in a day.but we would fill it with more things to do and still be pressed for time.ReplyDelete
just stopped by to say hi...
Nessa, I'll send her your way. Of course, after they sponsor me to quit mine with you :)ReplyDelete
You're not missing much at my place either--sick people and a sale, that's about all that's going down.ReplyDelete
What are all these contests you enter? Does one have to be talented to enter?ReplyDelete
No one said blogging required a long-term contract--even less so for blog reading. I actually feel happy to hear that someone has broken out into the analog world. :)ReplyDelete
I still post, and I still visit others, but a lot less frequently than I did. You should not feel bad Nessa, just do what you have to and then what makes you happy.ReplyDelete
If someone with lots of money decides to be your patron, let me know if they have a brother.ReplyDelete
Ah, I sympathise entirely, m'dear!ReplyDelete
I find it increasingly difficult to visit my (many, many) fans' fine web-logs, and am finding my web-surfing is encroaching on my boozing and rutting time, which simply WILL NOT DO!
Guilt is a wasted emotion. Thye alal understand- just read mine! :)ReplyDelete