Yay and hooray for me. I’ve been feeling tired and crappy for a while, now I am official. I wanted to write a note here, because I’ve done this before a few times (had mono, I mean), so I know I’m going to be about as useful and productive as a box of rocks for a little while. Probably more than a little while.
I have been meaning for some time to write up a series of posts for this month’s Let’s Talk About. A number of things made me decide that for this month, it would be a good idea to talk about the ten topics already in our arsenal. It’s NaNoWriMo, and authors and readers alike are involved in that. The holiday season is approaching, which has many people extra-busy. And to lay things right out, this is the time of year that really sucks for most people with any kind of affective disorder, (in the northern hemisphere, anyway). It’s depression season, and most of those I know are more concerned with getting through the day than blogging.
So all-in-all, I was hoping to get some posts out with the material we already have. I’m quite lucky, because I’m not depressed right now. I’m just sleeping all of the time (more or less). But I haven’t got it in me to even re-post what’s been written already.
This is not a woe-is-me post, even though it seems a lot like it. This is me asking, please, go visit the pages for our previous Let’s Talk About topics. There are a lot of great pages; some subjects have pretty in-depth conversations, others, not very much, but all of them are interesting, and we would love to have more input!
And if you’re at all interested in the long story of my on-again-off-again relationship with mononucleosis, you can hop on over to my blog and read They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
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