Closed for Easter and for writing

Dear Friends, I’m closing “The Daily {French-Italian} Cure” for seven days of Easter holiday a.k.a. “Trying to Finish Writing My Book While in France.” That sounds terribly smug and pompous for a zillion reasons—not to mention cliché—and I apologize. It’s just that I am and have been trying to write an account about moving to Italy, what it was like, and what a complete clutz I was at getting the hang of being a foreigner in a foreign land. (If any of you know anything about digital publishing, please let me know.)

I’ve been “writing a book” forever, and saying so gets old. I’d like to take it out of that horrid progressive tense and put it squarely in the past. Done. X-ed off the list of things to complete before I die. So now I have witnesses who are all entitled to say with crossed arms and cynical expressions: “So, did you finish that ‘book’?” I will also read, observe, and hopefully come back with fresh material for you all. Have a wonderful, wonderful week. I will miss you.

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6 Responses to Closed for Easter and for writing

  1. Mary McKinley says:

    In fact, I do know something about electronic (self-) publishing. There is also a wealth of useful information out there about it, especially the marketing end of it, but finish your book and we’ll talk…

    Happy Easter to all!


  2. Oh great. I will definitely be in touch. Thanks so much, Mary.

  3. bagnidilucca says:

    Have a great Easter and happy writing. I look forward to reading it when it is finished.

  4. Janette says:

    Good luck! We’ll miss you too.

  5. Joselin says:

    Good for you. I’ll be interested in the effect of putting your intention into the virtual universe on your productivity.

    Can’t wait to see the results!

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