This isn’t the post you’re looking for…

By Kathrese McKee | ROW80

“The droids we’re googling for” by Stéfan, Creative Commons via Flickr

So, ROW80. I’m not used to checking in, and that’s the problem. If I were used to checking in, perhaps I would have something to report.

Since I first posted on Thursday, I can only claim to have worked on my outline for two scenes. That doesn’t translate to words written, so there’s no proof. Don’t-ya-see?

And, this is the inauspicious first post for my author’s blog. Hardly what I would have chosen. That, too, is because I didn’t choose, or rather, by not choosing, I did choose. Because even a non-choice is a choice. The most damning kind of choice. That has seven letters, Mom, not four.

My self-diagnosis is nonchoicitis, complicated with decheckinpravity.

My prescription:
Make positive, focused, measurable choices.
Practice check-in twice a week.

About the Author

Texas author, Kathrese McKee, writes epic adventures for young adults and anyone else who enjoys pirates and princesses combined with life’s difficult questions. She is committed to exciting stories, appropriate content, and quality craftsmanship.

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