It’s a post as if you couldn’t tell.
My Hunker Down series is over. Nothing has changed for 112 or so days, so there is no use continuing it – so there! Neither confirming nor denying that I have thoughts and/or opinions about current world, national, state, county, or city conditions, events, etc., I have no comment today – so there! However,1 this is not to say I’ve stopped thinking or forming opinions. That will stop when I’m – well, you know.
Considering the afore mentioned, I need to find something about which to write, so I’ll start with a quote from whom I do not know.
“It’s nearly impossible to produce anything perfectly. Trying to do so will usually result in one perfect sentence in a piece no one will ever read.”
Then there is this: “Perfectionism is exhausting. The worst thing about perfectionism – it can stop writers from finishing anything at all.
They may have been posted on The Write Life, but I failed to site when I made a mini poster for myself.
Quotes from my books:
Iniquities of the Fathers: A Story of Illusions and Deceptions, page 201: “This won’t have a return address because I think that my dad still doesn’t want anyone to know where we are. And Ma doesn’t know I am writing this letter either.” (Levi Robert Reising, protagonist, writing to Lillie Grand.)
Echoes of Nam, pg 207: “Goor and others truly believe that he (Brandon Wosk) never consciously recovered his first twenty-five years as Adam Brax.”
Nescient Decoy, pg 88: “Paranoia can be a good defense, but it is truly bothersome.” (Protagonist, Jason Carter Finn.)
Don’t I usually try to slip one in? ↩