My writing has been virtually non-existent lately which is sad. I love the out-pouring of emotion and general release that only writing can offer. The pen no longer a material, solid object but part of your body, a functioning limb.
I miss the peace and tranquility that is only found when I disappear from this world into one of fantasy, even if the fantasy world contains horror, pain, torture or loneliness. I know that this is temporary, and like Alice, I will soon climb back out of the rabbit hole safe and sound (of mind).
Now, being in the real world is not such a simple story.
Being a Mum, an entrepreneur of a new business in these difficult and unstable times, and dealing with the day-to-day issues that life throws at you, like health issues, can be challenging. But, and this is a big BUT, I love it all. I love that I am now the proud owner of my own business. I love that I can get up each day and be excited about my job. I love meeting new and interesting people on a regular basis. I love that i’m helping other people and businesses to achieve. I LOVE LIFE.
I don’t think that I have ever been this happy and it appears to be drawing more happiness in towards me every day.
I have neglected this blog, but it has been for a very good reason. One of the main reasons is the one thing that will one day give me the lifestyle to be able to write all day everyday, my company.
I have now allocated two hours per week to spend on blogging, this blog is too important to me to give up.
For those writers that subscribe to my ramblings, I am helping to organise seminars for the amazing Mr David Baboulene http://www.baboulene.com PhD Scholar, Story Consultant and published author.
See my previous blog; https://persistentwriter.wordpress.com/2011/05/10/the-science-of-story/
The first seminar will be held at Birmingham City University, Edgbaston on 1st October 2011.
Ticket Cost £49.00 / £39.00 Concession.
If you want further information or would like to book your ticket for this amazing event, please do not hesitate to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the Baboulene link above.
We look forward to seeing you there…