Martin wondered how he would break the news that he'd had a change of heart.
Towards the end of last year I made a pledge to myself (after all, who else is listening?) to disengage from unnecessary distractions and get on with some ‘proper’ writing. It felt good, and my new found determination was bolstered somewhat after watching a documentary about Ian Rankin. During the programme he allowed us a glimpse into his method of working, an insight from which I drew much confidence. All set then, despite my history of being a
And, surprise surprise, what did I do? I got distracted, signed up for a 14 week course, and got rather excited about returning to study. I even announced it on this blog a few short days ago. And, supportive souls that you are, you offered kind comments and good wishes. Meanwhile I was starting to develop the worrying symptoms of a man in ‘two minds’.
I’m refraining from getting too analytical about all of this, so to cut the story short, the writing is back at the top of the list and the courses will have to wait. Interestingly, Christine closed her comment on yesterday’s post with wishing me a Happy Epiphany. This little episode has, indeed, been a revelation...of sorts.