I’ve finally given in to a series of synchronistic events that have tirelessly directed me to lay off the social networking for awhile. Until 2011 to be exact. I’m the one that threw that date out and so far I haven’t gotten any flack back from The Universe about it.
Yeah, I know, I keep going back and forth about networking and blogging, and you’re probably not taking me seriously. I expect that response. Like a lot of writers, I’ve unfortunately felt that I have to keep my face out there if I want to successfully market The Courier when it’s finally published. That’s where the vacillating comes into play. NO MORE!
Bottom line, social networking expends writing time, and I’m beginning to resent the process. Another good reason to lay off it for awhile. So as I make the announcements on the social networking sites I frequent, I’m feeling a sense of relief that I can concentrate only on writing for the next three months.
Oh, and I enjoy writing about my adventures in clearing writer’s block using The Artist’s Way. I’ve also added another book, Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within by Natalie Goldberg. Harley King suggested this book in my Morning Pages post a month ago. Requested it from the library right away, but it’s a popular book so I had to wait until Sunday to get my turn reading it. I’ve been devouring it and will definitely get my own copy soon.