IMG_0553 copyAs you may have read in my last few blogs I’ve had problems concentrating on my revisions of the first draft. At first I thought I had lost my ability to write, which stressed me to no end. What I didn’t want to admit was that I worried about my daughter being in Sierra Leone, supervising Ebola health workers for two months.

Since she came back – in fine health – I discovered that I could write after all. All of a sudden, doing the revisions was a breeze and I enjoyed doing them. Maybe too much, looking at all the changes I’d made. Anyway, I just sent the manuscript off to my editor. We’ll go over the changes in a few days, and then I’ll be starting the second draft.

Most likely I’ll need to write a third draft and a fourth, but in the meantime my mind is running ahead, looking for what to write about next, bouncing ideas around, even when I’m asleep. It’s an interesting world.

DSC02044What happens to Amy in “The Price of Silence” can happen to anyone. What she does about it is what makes the difference.

One Comment

    • Maggie

    • 6 years ago

    Good for you Ulla. Doesn’t matter how old kids get, they can still mess with your mind.
    Glad she’s safe.

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