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By J.C. Lynne
Wow, time flies. I can't believe how fast this fall has gone. I think I skipped September and just moved on to January. Okay, okay, not January, but November is over. And don't even get me started on Daylight Savings Time...it's not Daylight. It doesn't save daylight, and it just mucks up my entire schedule all over again!
That said, looking at my blog schedule, I realized I completely forgot both a blog on my own site and a blog for NCW. I'm blaming it entirely on DST.
I'm not one of those folks who's in a great hurry to see December disappear. Yes, 2016 has been a doozy, but I'm holding my breath because 2017 doesn't look to be a winner in my book either.
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Maybe it's that time of year....the transition from one temporal era to another. Laura Mahal and Deborah Neilsen are also feeling the pall.
It isn't just the writing. I spend twenty minutes freezing in my office before I realized I had left the window cracked open for the warm weekend. Jeez! I was so desperate I actually Googled astrological phenomena for the end of 2016. You know what I came up with? Pages and pages of predictions for an amazing and dynamic year from the end of 2015. I'm not one to pooh pooh things, but really? I think the year didn't get the memo.
Oh, I fleshed out some plot points. I've come to a point where I need to hit the dreaded research pile. Fungi...I'm reading about fungi. Russian fighting knives were infinitely more interesting. I'll spend the last little bit of the year digging away at mycology and that's okay. The unfortunate truth is time will fly by faster than I can keep track. It'll be 2017 before we know it.
Time will tell. Bottomline, I have a deadline. I'll have to eke those thirty thousand words out one by one if I must. In the meantime, I must say, it's nice to kvetch with other writers. Writers' stall is writers' stall any way you look at it. I'll pull out of it, one word at a time.