I’ve managed to write three chapters of the first draft these past few weeks, so here’s just a few more details. These are all, of course, subject to change. Continue reading “More Book Details”
Nothing was taken as far as I can tell, but it still feels like a violation. Tomorrow I’m taking literally everything out of my car and bringing it into the apartment. Then I’m going to come up with a better plan to secure my vehicle.
So I’m going to finally talk about my novel. A little bit. Things change, but here are some facts so far.
A few more random things to share:
I’ve decided not to post any more book reviews. It became a chore to read this past week, and I wound up putting off other things to finish The Toll by Neal Shusterman. It was a good book, by the way.
My routine is as follows: pushups for my upper body push muscles, pullups for my back, and sprints for my legs. Dad’s offered to give me some weights from his garage. Things are looking up in terms of fitness.
One of the most annoying things about living this way is the lack of a gym. When there’s no people around it’s hard to have fun working out. That being said, it’s still important to work out. And it’s still good to have a pleasant walk outside (keeping social distancing in mind, of course).
Well, it finally happened. Tomorrow marks the first day of the new “work from home” situation. The living room corner is the new “office”. Most of the tools are in the car in case of dispatch. Honestly, I don’t mind. I just wish it were under better circumstances.
I’m used to thinking about this country in a certain way. Even though it’s changed so much recently, there was always that feeling of stability and sanctuary, like it was a safe space to go to. At least if you knew the right place to be at the right time.
Now the only sanctuary feels like my apartment. Continue reading “More Ramblings On Stuff”
Here are some random thoughts.