Day One Without Twitter.

Bloody hell, this is hard.

I’ve been writing on and off all day, and I can’t count the number of times I’ve absentmindedly tried to click the Twitter link. It’s like a Pavlovian response. Open the lap top, open Twitter.

It’s the ‘news’ I miss the most. I want to find out who won the #Nibbies last night, but Google still brings up the shortlists. I want to see what and who is on @RNAtweets #TuesNews this week. I want to see if Jane Ayres has brought out a new ‘episode’ of ‘Much Bickering’ on her blog. I know I could find out most of these things other ways. but just one little click and all that information would be at my fingertips.

And, is anyone talking behind my back???!!!

On the plus side, the very lovely Literary Lovelies have moved onto Facebook Messenger for me. Isn’t that wonderful! I really hadn’t expected that at all, but here we all in a new home. Thank you so much Vanessa for suggesting and Catherine for organising.

And, another plus. I have got MASSES done. I’ve written two thousand words of one WIP and edited ten pages of another.  I’ve even done the hoovering, been for a walk and visited a friend for coffee.

Superwoman, that’s me.

Onwards and upwards.

Only 30 days to go!

 

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