I’m Writing As Good As I Can

I had an excellent blog post planned for today. But sometimes I just can’t get it done — or I get it done and it’s just not good enough. Well, I’ve been working hard on many things, and sometimes I need a break. I’m taking one.

But, we’ve got something good planned here for next week. Michael Norris and David Richardson, who began exploring the works of J. D. Salinger in our Seeing the Glass Family series last year, are back with the concluding series of this project: a visual and textual tribute to the characters of Catcher in the Rye. See you in a few days!

7 Responses

  1. I can relate to needing a
    I can relate to needing a break. I used to write for hours at a time; now I find that if I write for about one or two hours per night, my work is more consistantly good and in the long run, it doesn’t take any longer to finish a book.

    As always, I look forward to the next installments by Michael Norris and David Richardson with gleeful anticipation.

    Last night, I decided not to write at all and went to bed early, right after NCIS, which the tv network interrupted TWICE with their primary election results. Why couldn’t they have just flashed it across the bottom of the screen? I could have told them Romney would win here. Florida Republicans always go for a guy who seems unrealistically clean, like a movie star or television evangelist. They just want to blow up all the bad countries and stop the spread of undesirables.

  2. Ha! I’m planning a much
    Ha! I’m planning a much shorter break than JD took, Nick, thanks …

  3. Levi, I look forward to
    Levi, I look forward to reading Michael’s new post (with David’s pictures) and hope you’re rejuvenated by your break. Everyone needs a little break sometimes.

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