For those of you with kids you know there is a dark day coming up: The Last Day of School. Yeah. It’s coming.
For me, as a writer, it means days filled with trying to cram in a sentence here or there while my 6 and 8 year olds tug on my shirt( begging me to take them to the beach) are close at hand.
So in the ONE full day I have left before I have to chaperone school field trips (WHY did I volunteer to do this?) I must write like there is no tomorrow. Cause in theory, there isn’t. Until September. Which means, today, I’m going dark. Once I drop off the kiddos, I’m off line people. I mean it. I WILL NOT check facebook until 3:00. I WILL NOT check my kindle sales. I WILL NOT check how many hits I’ve had on this blog post. (Seeing these statements in print might actually make me stick to it)
While I’m busy writing, I want you to make sure you leave a comment on the post highlighted HERE to enter to win a FREE copy of R.J. Keller’s Waiting for Spring. I’ll be having my kiddos pick a random name from those who leave a comment tomorrow, so today is your last chance!