It seems like everybody is apologizing lately for not keeping up their blogs. Author Duane Swierczynski, for instance, blames the book he’s working on and Tess Gerritsen blames the beautiful Maine weather. Me, I’m just brain dead. I finished my 8th DIAGNOSIS MURDER novel last week and it feels lke my brain has been wrung out and left dry of any ideas, even for a blog post. So, in lieu of coming up with anything clever for my blog today, I’ll steal some cleverness from others.
My brother Tod found a novel way of dealing with some hate mail, Ken Levine has some good advice for industry outsiders with pilot ideas, and it’s nice to see one of my favorite authors, Daniel Woodrell, is finally getting some attention (my friend Denise Hamilton also gave his latest book a rave in Sunday’s LA Times Book Review).
3 thoughts on “Brain Dead”
YEah, and writers are not the only people who have a hard time. Thanks for the new addiction…MySpace.
You’ve done seven blog posts since the one about finishing the novel. That by you is “brain dead?”
Yeah, Like They Said…
I just finished three major writing projects in three months. It’s not that I can’t think, it’s that I just don’t want to. I can’t seem to even read a road sign without thinking of a better way to phrase