Category: worries

Decisions, decisions…

I’ve posted much of this on Facebook, but I wanted to have it all together, in one page, so I can go back and read it when I feel down and out. So this is mostly me, thinking out loud. Sort of. Yesterday I got as close to quitting this writing thing as ever. I Read More


What follows is mostly rambling and has nothing to do with books or writing, and I’m pretty sure I’ve posted about this before, but I needed to vent. Does anyone else live in this state of being constantly worried about everything? I don’t mean now, after the U.S. election, when millions of people live in Read More

I’ve been quiet like a mouse

Well, not really, but I haven’t been around much, and it’s not all due to writing.   The day job has been hectic, since the current situation in Greece has made us look for options in exports, and that’s meant major redesign of our products, along with all the paperwork that magically can only be Read More

Hopes and fears—aka NOT a book related post

This Friday, I’m flying to London. No husband. No kid. No dogs. Just six days of girly fun, theater, running around, and lots of eating.   I’ll have a chance to unload, recharge my batteries, and take a breath from all the stress 2014 had to offer. I haven’t had a proper vacation in a Read More

I’ve been pirated

An hour or so after I first published Magic at Work, it sold its first two copies. I was ecstatic, until both copies were refunded soon after. In true insecure!author/just-plain-Sotia fashion, I started nagging at My Love about how the two first pages of the book were crap, too detailed, and “I told you I Read More

Freaking out

Funny that my first post here is about freaking out *eyeroll* I am usually so calm and collected! I know! I’ll blame it on getting off The Pill. Yes, capital T, capital P, because it’s all speshul, and it’s made me so tense I feel like exploding out of my skin. Not that RL doesn’t Read More