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I think that probably everyone has heard of Audible. They advertise everywhere. Their most recent commercial is a little racy I think. They have a woman listening to some romance novel (apologies if I don’t know which one it is. I don’t read that genre) throughout the course of her day, including while she is at work, and it’s talking about “riding a guy like a horse” and “unbuttoning” things. But, that’s just a side note, because I think it’s funny.
As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been struggling a little bit to balance work, stress, and writing. Lately, Serial Sunday in particular has become an extra challenge. Work on Sunday’s is just so hard. Like, stupid exhausting mentally and physically. And I do the same-ish thing on Saturday’s, so normally, I just sleep until work time on Sunday because I’m so tired.
I wrote the paragraph a few below first, but it just basically complains about my job. So, I decided to put the point up here:
DOES ANYONE READ SERIAL SUNDAY?
If people like it, I will, of course, continue it. It gets the least amount of attention as does any of my other weekly posts. I feel like I’ve been phoning it in a little lately, and it’s become sort of a chore. So, given my struggling, I’m thinking of discontinuing it for now. Yes, it’s a story I want to write. And I suppose I could have written a decent episode in the time it took me to write this up. But if no one cares about it, I might just stop so I can put the time, effort, energy… into more productive things.
So, let me know. Do you read Serial Sunday? Do you want it to continue?
Now, back to complaining about my job (you don’t have to read on): Continue reading
Jimmy kept his arms tucked in tight as he made his way through the thick crowd of people. All around, smiling, happy faces had their eyes trained on the sky, waiting for the show to start. Jimmy snarled as he saw the look of impending awe on their faces.
Distractions are everywhere. For many people, they aren’t an issue. In fact, distractions can be great. But for the creative, for the people who are spending their free time working on projects that will someday become their main focus, distractions can be disastrous.