Insomnia

Hello readers! How was everyone’s holiday? Mine was uneventful, which is good when non- holiday days are filled with events. So, last night I told a friend and colleague that I needed to go to sleep, or at least try. Well, I failed and now I suffer. Today’s tasks and other things raced through my mind as if it was a tape being fast forwarded. Midnight is when we are supposed to be sleeping, but it is not always the case for some of us. It’s like a second wind blowing in unexpected and unwanted. The one thing that lingered on my mind is how to free my book from the clutches of a crooked company. It was said that I could revise it under a new name, and although that is a thought, I feel as if I’m losing. I’m not sure if I can have the same story under a new name with the library of Congress. The other disturbing thought is that this crooked company would always have my book and make money off of it as they may be doing now. Their reputation haunts mine. What to do? What to do?

Finally, I apologize for not being here lately and not checking your thoughts. I promise to be better about that.

 

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About jazzyjenness

I'm the mother of three girls, a Grammy to two little girls, a girlfriend and we have a cat with many nick names, depending on his mood and activity, or lack thereof. I've been writing since I was about 8 or 9, and it is something that I love to do. When we read books, we do it for entertainment, escape, and education; the three E's. These are also the reasons why I write, to entertain, educate and escape. My desire is not just to do what I love, but I want to give hope and inspiration to others through my stories. Currently, I am working on obtaining my Master's degree in Creative Writing and hope to also become an instructor at my school one day and teach Fiction Workshop.
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One Response to Insomnia

  1. twassom says:

    Since my–rather large–life change, last July, I suffer from a bit more insomnia than I care to admit. Last night was just another of these nights, but I was able to channel the restlessness into a story. I don’t wish the anxiety on anyone; however, it’s a little comforting to know I’m not the only one afflicted. Good luck with the book!
    T.

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