By Gayle Carline
Writer and Crazy Horse Lady
As usual, I am not here. This weekend I am driving back and forth to Long Beach, to attend Bouchercon, a mystery lover's convention. It's named after Anthony Boucher and is a huge event. Once that event is over, I will stop by a hotel in Anaheim and register for a leadership conference that I must attend for my position as a library trustee.
The following week, we're hosting Thanksgiving dinner.
At some point, possibly early January, I plan to sleep.
Everyone seems to think that a writer's life is one of leisurely writing. We do our chores, run errands, go to meetings and conferences, promote our books, and write. Every day. I'm not sure when they think we write.
There are memes on the internet about writing. This one is pretty accurate:
And then there's this one about horse riders:
Have a great weekend, doing whatever you think you do.