The Lazy Blogger

There should be an award for lazy bloggers. I would definitely qualify! Clearly, I have procrastination issues. However, contrary to the title of this post, that is not what I want to write about today. The real reason for this post is to check in with my fellow bloggers and provide you all with a brief update.

So, I am struggling through my tendency to procrastinate, and am actually getting some work done on my manuscript. My final proofread before beginning the inquiry process is more that half way complete. I just finished going over chapter 7 yesterday, and will tackle chapter 8 tomorrow, if all things go according to plan. As it currently stands, there are only four chapters left to review, plus a little last minute tweaking, and then it will be ready to go.

Thanks for reading!


19 thoughts on “The Lazy Blogger

  1. I always tell myself I have the rest of my life to do something and that helps a lot with being comfortable with procrastination. I’m excited for you. It’s just around the corner.


      1. Oh, that’s not good. Try procrastinating only morning to noon. Then, in the afternoon, just sleep. It’s very hard to have angst while you sleep. Works great for me. 😆

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      2. Hahaha!!! Afternoons tend to be very busy for me, so that just mint work, minus the sleeping part. Goof off all morning and get nothing done, then pick up the kids and stay busy with housework, children and cooking… Sounds like a good way to avoid writing! 😅

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      3. I like that idea! All I need is a cauldron and a witch’s hat. If I wear brown and earth colours, I don’t need to acquire any special attire, as I already have suitable witch’s clothing! 😀

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      4. You’ll be on everyone’s bucket list of people to see and things to do. You can tell your visitors that your cauldron of savory stew is the melánge that extends life, gives prescience to the partaker, and allows one to fold time and space when they venture off planet. Our, you can tell them your stew will ward off the evil Trump and nullifies the horror of Brexit. You are going to need a big cauldron.


    1. Thanks! I already began writing book 2 last year. Wrote the prologue and first chapter. And started on book 3. Well, I have the ending for book 3 and a rough outline for the whole trilogy. It still feels like I’m at the bottom of the mountain looking up to the peak, and it’s lost in the clouds, but really, I’ve come a very long way.

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      1. The fact you are taking your time means it will be all the better, because you aren’t rushing through it. I’m holding out for the finished product. I volunteer to be a beta reader if you need any. Oh, and if you’re still interested, as soon as I finish proofreading my manuscript, you’re welcome to read it and tell me what you think. 😊

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