A Sign

I’m convinced that three members of the local writers’ group signing first time publishing contracts in the past week or so is a sign. But I’m not sure if it’s a sign that I should give  up or a sign that I should work harder and write more (meaning write anything at all).

In the spirit of the half full glass, I’m going to say it means that I should work harder at the craft of writing, that I should not abandon the story that is driving me nuts, that I should keep going. Or get back on the path, as it were.

Regardless of the sign and what it means for me, I’m truly very happy for Patrick, Kathy, and Krista. Rock on, friends…

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