Life has picked me up by the scruff of my neck and is having a little fun dragging me around and shaking me about. Which means my blogs have taken a hit. While I’ve been doing a few writing exercises on Daily (w)rite, I have let the schedule here slip a bit.
It will slip a bit further in the coming week, and become very erratic indeed till about the 15th of March, but I’ve decided to let the high winds carry me where they will—I’ll try to cling on to the tatters of my schedule the very best way I can.
Reading this week: “A Burnt-out Case” by Graham Greene, and finding it slow going. It is a classic and deserves my respect, but the only thing it is getting is very short shrift, because of my time situation–i.e, no time to read in peace and quiet. This is not the kind of book I can read in cabs and gyms. It needs to be read on its own, not while grabbing a hurried bite, and certainly not in the lift. But that is all the time I have, and the book is small, the right size for a handbag! I need to give the book back come Sunday, so I guess it is off with me to read myself to sleep.
Happy reading, blog friends!
When do you find time to read? Is time your greatest challenge when it comes to reading?