2013: The Year I Mostly Lost

I can’t even think about doing all the end of year stuff that everyone who writes about books engages in come around mid-December. Because of Houdini’s Revenge and that site I launched looking into that way-weird woman who scams everyone online, I barely even read this year. Like I am embarrassed by the paltry number of books I managed to finish. It’s pretty shameful.

I intend to remedy this because I miss being able to read. All the research into the weird woman is wearing me down. I really miss this site. I will work on my other sites, to be sure, but IROB has always been my first love and I hate that I have neglected her so.

But I have no idea when business as usual will resume. I am typing this entry at 4:00 in the morning in the dark as my mother sleeps in her hospital bed. Some people could work in this situation, but I can’t. I’m popping acid reducer pills and thinking about re-reading the Harry Potter books because my brain is too tired for much else.

But life settles down. It always does. So I will be back when I can be back. Just keep me in your readers or bookmark me or whatever. I will be back, hopefully soon.

Published in: Uncategorized | on December 18th, 2013 |
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3 Responses to “2013: The Year I Mostly Lost”

    • On March 7, 2014 at 8:35 pm, anitadalton said:

      Ugh! Ed, I missed these comments last year because of suck and more suck. Are the RSS feeds for this site and Houdini working? If not, let me know and I will have “tech support” look into it.

      I hope your holidays were wonderful! I should be writing here regularly this year so maybe I’ll see you more than in 2013. :)

  1. Ugh, it looks like I failed to properly close that link. Sorry about that!

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