Inside My Head

the literary rantings of Angie Frissore

“Literature, the most seductive, the most deceiving, the most dangerous of professions.” – John Morley

The day after Christmas. The quiet, the calm…when people regroup and pull themselves out of the mounds of discarded wrapping paper and sweet treats and Christmas dinners and gear up for the new year approaching, all with the hopeful assumption that the coming year can only be better than the last.

The holiday was full of warmth and smiles as the current economic state drove most of us back to the basics of Christmas – small, thoughtful gift exchanges and affection for family. We all seemed to appreciate each other a little bit more this year, as we each plow forward on our separate life paths.

I have a nice reprieve from the day job, taking some much needed time off to give my full attention and energy to creative productivity. I haven’t had this opportunity since I began the novel – the chance to push aside all other points of focus and just…write. I am very much looking forward to that, as well as the interspsersed moments of reconnection which are planned for the week.

My life seems to have shifted into phase two and is providing me, suddenly, with plenty of inspiration for the continuation of the ‘No Messages’ series. I could write the series solely based on fiction – but where is the fun in that when my own life keeps chiming in with its own little plot twists and turns? I have started to feel like I’m living the story first hand, and am merely taking notes to share with others.

Things are happening…and for the first time in quite awhile I’m in sync with those happenings, myself, my universe.

Game on.

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December 26, 2008 - Posted by | Randomness

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