Sorry about the unexplained gaps in posting new content.
I’m an author but first and foremost, I am human and have a chronic debilitating disease that is often invisible. I have secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.
The last couple of years have been really difficult for me and with a having had a high stress job.
I’m currently applying for disability as I can’t work a set schedule due to random attacks of the MS, chronic fatigue, and a mind that occasionally just “hiccups” and forgets what it is doing.
To that end, I’m in Minnesota where winter is a brutal season. So, I’m making the most of the time by doing some house cleaning (as I can), getting back onto my religious path (and calling), but also taking time to start writing again. Not just random “write here…write there” but actually setting things up so that I cam writing more consistently. Part of that is I’m working on cleaning up a couple of my flash series to get them into a complete short story/book format.
I’ll admit it, I’m excited but also terrified of putting my works into (e-)book form and letting others read what I’ve done. Am I a good writer? Could I be great? Or is what I do just therapy for me and I let others peek into it?
Executive summary: My health is much improved and I will be writing more as well as looking to start publishing some of my works.