It wasn’t quite the weekend I intended, and then it was. That’s kind of cryptic, but here’s how it happened.
I needed to keep the Lisa Burton Radio line moving. I’m in the habit of telling folks two weeks out when to expect their radio interview. At one week out, I send a final proof to that week’s guest, assemble, and schedule the post. That was my primary goal, because folks are counting on me to get it done. Mission accomplished.
I needed to write my last micro-fiction for October, but put it off all day Saturday. I’ve learned, when procrastinating on these, that something isn’t quite ready yet. That was the case with the last story.
The novella, called The Hat, tried to seduce me all day. I promised myself I wouldn’t start it until next weekend, and staved off the craving by writing a blog piece about the…
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