Atty's Attic

My attic is dusty and has a plethora of junk in it. I must say it's a fun place to hang out and look at what's rolling around in my head. If you don't mind the dust, I'd love to have you.

A Day Off

Ahhh, a day off. How I love thee. Today the schools are running a two hour delay due to the frigid temperatures. I guess zero degrees is too cold but three degrees is okay. Either way I couldn’t go to work because my three hour drive there and back makes for a short work day. So today is a day off which means laundry, vacuuming, dusting, disinfecting my son’s toilet. ewwww.  What it actually means is I get time to work on book two of My Beautiful Suicide. Hilda, Cosette, Chris and Mattie have yelled at me all week and I need to shut them up. I miss them and they miss me. Cosette has not been thinking clearly and I need to straighten her out.

When your characters yell at you, how do you respond?

2 comments on “A Day Off

  1. I wish my characters would yell at me more often… maybe then I would finish my novel more quickly 😉

  2. AttyEve
    January 29, 2014

    hahaha! They are waiting for three in the morning, y’know, when you have an important day and you need to be alert?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


This entry was posted on January 28, 2014 by .

Official website for author Sara Reinke

horror movies and fiction, dark poetry, horror humor, and more

Kentuckiana Authors

Too much talent for just one state!

Sly Twin Tiger

website of science fiction author Andrew M. Friday

Tina DC Hayes

Sassy Southern Suspense


Official Site for Author Armand Rosamilia


Connecting diverse groups of readers and writers in Louisville, KY and beyond

She Moves in her Own Way

Books, in all their variety, offer the human intellect the means whereby civilisation may be carried triumphantly forward. -Churchill

Lavender and Rose Soul

pondering, poetry and prose

The Temple of the Exploding Head

Are You Weird Enough For Us??

Lynette Noni

Embrace The Wonder


This site is the cat’s pajamas


Writing, Publishing, and Marketing Ideas

raven newcastle

To change world views we must first change our own view

Crash the Party

A fine site

%d bloggers like this: