Solstice Check-in

Naps, like the beach, fix everything

December 21st and I’ve written or revised novels every day this month except for 1, when I was in the throes of that chest cold going around.

Still feeling the chest cold. Writing anyway, keeping to agent Nephele Tempest’s December Lets’ Write writing challenge.

And squeezing in naps I hope will be my Christmas miracle and propel me back into the human race sans stubborn cough/evening fatigue.

Note: I don’t recommend reading Maggie O’Farrell’s ‘Hamnet’ when ill, gorgeous as it is.

Yours in health, writing, reading excellent literature, training high-energy puppies and making family meals even though you feel like crawling into a hole and expiring,


About PB Rippey

Writer, wife, mother, grateful. Fiction, memoir, poetry, kidlit (MG), member SCBWI.
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2 Responses to Solstice Check-in

  1. A beautiful spot to nap and a very contented creature there! Hope you feel better soon, good job on sticking to the writing rhythm. Bonne fête! 🎄

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