Just in case you didn't already know, I've been ill for a while and therefore, I've not been writing.
I've been easing myself back into it with a start on editing Deadlier Than The Male (again) and posting the edits on Steemit. I've also been sharing the court case I've been going through.
During the months I've been ill, I have watched a LOT of television and I've crocheted many lovely things.
Yesterday, I packed up most of my yarn, tidied the living room and decided I need to get back to writing.
Here's the kicker.
I think I've been away from writing for so long that I'm scared to start it up again.
I've looked at a few of the 'Bestsellers' on Amazon and truthfully, I think I can do better.
So how do writers get a publishing deal when their writing needs so much doing to it? - Wow, that sounds bitter.
I've had my breakfast, sorted out the animals and I can settle down to write, but I'm putting it off, I'm thinking about tidying up some more, starting a fire, doing other little bits and bobs and avoiding the real issue.
This is the first step? Knowing there's a problem...
I have ideas running around in my head and I can't bring myself to write them down and I just know that's the best way to lose them. I'm lost, I'm stuck and I feel really vulnerable.