writing through distractions

Check out my post on the subject over on Murderati.com.

And here’s an example of what can happen when writers get WAY too stressed.

3 replies
  1. Abe
    Abe says:

    Tess,

    What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing more than a total collapse won’t fix. Family should come first, especially those doctor’s appointments. If you can get extensions for your writings, then do so. Enjoy the time you have with your family. Time goes by so quickly.
    And please check out your stomach problems. Looks like you need some personal down time.
    The best of health to you, good luck on your marathon lifestyle, and a wonderful and safe trip.
    Abe

  2. Jude Hardin
    Jude Hardin says:

    She’s the queen of redneck something all right. Wow. Who needs a book tour when all you have to do is shoot your dad in the ass.

  3. lyndamjoanisse
    lyndamjoanisse says:

    Tess,
    I just finished your latest “The Keepsake”, and as usual I was unable to put the book down! I find myself eager for more Maura and Jane-I love your writing and always crave more!! What is going to happen next with Maura and the priest????? Perhaps a new man will come into the picture for her who turns out to be someone sinister? Or the priest leaves the church?? You will not disappoint I know!
    With kindest regards,
    lynda

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