Getting back on schedule

Sillyverse will go back on a regular schedule Friday, February 14, 2014, with a fiction post on that day, and another post on varied subjects on Monday or Tuesday. That means a new story starting on Valentine’s Day, which long-time readers of this blog know is a special day for me.

The Head ache, by George Cruickshank (1792 -1878)

The Head ache, by George Cruickshank (1792 -1878)

I’d meant to go back to a regular schedule at the beginning of the month, but life has intervened. I’ve had unexpected family obligations, and am trying to recover from a head cold that spawned repeated sinus headaches. So things have been a bit chaotic. Rather than botch a new story, I reluctantly decided to put off beginning one until I’d had more time to think and write.

There will be at least one post before then, as I’ve a book review, one of several, that I want to get up soon. And, no, I still haven’t settled on the next story. The needed skull work hasn’t been done because my skull’s been incapacitated.

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About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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3 Responses to Getting back on schedule

  1. L. Palmer says:

    Looking forward to what you come up with next.

  2. Looking forward to it!

  3. crimsonprose says:

    Then I shall have to return to my reading schedule. Looking forward to it

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