All She Wrote

It’s been a month since I created space to write in my free time again by deleting the bulk of my social media. This was tough to do and I lost a bunch of friends and fun chitchats in the process, which I knew would happen and so I procrastinated for a long time, but I’m a writer and I have to do Real Writing or else I get frustrated, angry, and depressed.

These very apt bitmojis magically appeared in my app today and made me smile:

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I’m also smiling because I finished that poetry book I’ve been nattering on about for a kazillion years and it’s up on Amazon for sale right meow! Some of my awesome friends who have hung in there with me already bought a copy and reviewed it ~ one of them had this to say:


How lovely is that? And I didn’t even have to pay her. ❤

I feel so great to have finished this book and it means a lot to me to have the support of my peeps. Some of the poems were painful to write (and probably to read, haha), but each one is important to me in its own way and represents something authentic about where I’ve been emotionally the last several years and how I regained my strength. I’m ready to dive back into some of my unfinished fiction writing and get those stories done now too. I feel so productive and fantabulous! Should have done all this ages ago, but I think I needed everything to simply percolate. This was the right time for many reasons, both to cut back on social media and to publish All She Wrote.


The Daily Prompt: Authentic

14 responses to “All She Wrote

  1. It’s great to see that your big life change paid off so soon. Congratulations on the new book!

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  2. Goody! More to read! Yay!

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  3. Thanks Steven & Keera! 😀


  4. I’m so, so happy for you. And I love your poetry book. In official Amazon-speak, I gave it five stars—of course! Keep creating, my friend. It looks good on you. ❤️

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  5. Chris’ favorite was “The Rattlesnake” – but I also did a pretty good job at delivering it, with the drowsy drawl in “maybe you should leave that snake alone bro”.
    I’ve not decided yet what’s my favorite. I like “Float” a lot because the rhythm reminds me of Ogden Nash.

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  6. Conga-rats!!! Gonna go get my copy before they run out!

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  7. Congratulations! On the book, and on whatever you did to overcome to the productivity block.

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  8. Congratulations on your book! Social media is so time-consuming, between WordPress and Instagram, and now Duolingo is more social… I sometimes think about closing my Instagram account and I will one day…

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