A lot on my brain!
It's one of those mornings -- crisp, cool and conducive to great thoughts or at least, bursts of energy. However, I can't seem to summon either.
I'm not sure why this is the case. I didn't have an overly late night out with friends. Okay, maybe I laughed way to much and that left me tired. But it was worth it. I had a good sleep but awoke sleepy. The morning temps. were ideal for a brisk walk. In fact, it's the most comfortable morning in many a week.
Maybe the problem is my brain. I will, on occasion, have a half-hour reflexology
I have also been told, each session, when I almost leap off the table that the tender point in question is associated with the brain. I have 'sore brain'. An interesting thought.
Does that mean it's sore because of over-use? Or are the thoughts so trivial, it's
I am assured 'sore brain' does not mean I should rush out and find the closest neurosurgeon. That's a relief!
The main problem is, book #2 is due at the publisher in 1 1/2 weeks. Yikes! That's enough to give anyone 'sore brain', I'd think. So, my prescription to myself is to take the morning off, do some shopping therapy, and tackle the rest of my life later today.
As for this blog, I really wanted to tackle some deep concern or issue in the publishing world...but, sore-y, I have 'sore brain' today.
Linda Wiken/Erika Chase
A Killer Read, coming April, 2012
from Berkley Prime Crime