Blogging woes


I really don't know what's wrong. I want to blog. Really, I do. But every time I sit down to write something about what I've read, I blank. I construct entire posts in my head whenever I finish a good book, yet since it's at night and right before I fall asleep, it stays in my head and is forgotten when I next sit down at my computer.

Perhaps I just need to not stress about it all. I do miss the sense of community I had when I was a regular poster. I want that back.

I've been doing purges of my books lately. I'm tempted to send all my western historicals to Wendy to dispose of as she sees fit. And I don't really need two copies of The Windflower, yet who would want the rather-beat-up-but-readable copy?

In other news, I've decided to take a jewelry making class in October. I hope it's fun. I'd also like to do more sewing, but I need to find a nice easy beginner pattern. Already made pajama bottoms, so need something different.

Also having fun getting together for A-team events. It's nice to get together with like-minded people. Godless Disc Golf is coming up. I had fun the first time I went, so hoping for more of the same.

Anyways, I'm still reading lots and lots, I've just given up on keeping track of it all for now. Just finished up Beloved Vampire by Joey W. Hill. Was quite good.


Wendy said...

We miss you too Nicole!

Two copies of The Windflower? Can that much purple prose be contained in one TBR pile? LOL

Purging westerns! Oh noes! The horror, the horror!

Just kidding ;-)

Been there, done that. However I rarely purge westerns. Most of my purging victims tend to be category romance......

Nicole said...

I still haven't read Windflower. Bad me. And I don't know if I can purge the westerns, but I'm trying. I've got some old Jodi Thomas, Geralyn Dawson, and a few Lorraine Heath Texas ones that are dupes.