For those of you keeping score, I haven't posted for about a week. The holidays have been busy ones, and right now I feel "plumb lazy," as my grandfather would say in his Tennessee/Texas accent. Matter of fact, if I were to play a game, I'd opt for the "Rubik's cube for the lazy" pictured here.
It's not that I don't have any inspiration to write. I do. The meditation for January 29 in this issue of Upper Room is mine. I've had an article published in the January issue of Christian Communicator. I've just completed the final edits of novel number four and sent the manuscript and proposal to my agent, who was highly complimentary of the writing. I mean, it's time to sit down at the keyboard and begin stringing words together again. But right now I'm in the midst of reading an excellent book (it's an advance reading copy--more about it when I finish) and just feel "plumb lazy."
Hope you're recovering from the holidays, and that your new year is looking good. If I can get over this terminal malaise, I'll be back with a new post in a few days. If I don't, you can guess why. All together now: "He's feeling ____ ____."
Seriously, I do have some great interviews coming up in the next few weeks, so don't give up.