Last week was a bit rough. I got sick with a sore throat and a fever, which floored me for most of the week. I had to take time off work and from functioning in general in order to recover, so I wasn’t very productive.
I started to feel better by the time the weekend rolled around, however, so at least I was able to hang out with the family, play with my niece and nephew, and decorate easter eggs with them. It was a good, fun, relaxing weekend, which was exactly what I needed to help get me back to normal.
What I’m Reading
I’ve started reading Moon Over Manifest, by Clare Vanderpool, which is about a young girl who has been left in the care of a family friend during the 1930s depression.
Still working on Blue by George Elliott Clarke and Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
What I’m Writing
I meant to make some edits to my chapbook submission, reworking and cleaning up a few poems, but that didn’t happen. I needed rest more than I needed words last week.
Goal(s) for this week: Finish and submit chapbook. Or, at least finish editing the poems for said chapbook.
What’s Inspiring Me Right Now
Good health. It’s amazing how important it is to just be able to function well.
Here is a complete list of poets giving away free poetry books this month as part of the Big Poetry Giveaway!
I may have missed my chance to be added to the list, but am also giving away two books of poetry here.
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