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SoCS – Info Overload


My internet connectivity has been so spotty today it may as well have measles. So I’m on the little transformer – a glorified tablet with a keyboard attached – that I took to Japan with me. It fits in my purse but unlike my laptop seems to have a good, well, decent, wireless capability.

You see, I’m not at home. I’m out visiting a college campus as it’s the cheapest place I could find to stay. It’s my weekend off and since my ex has no where else to go, he’s looking after the kids at my house. It’s my only chance to get some work done. And working I have been! I’m so very happy to be almost at the end of my current edit. Then it will be back to the beginning of the novel once more and that should be it.

I do very much hope to start blogging again too, and to begin reading all the great blogs out there that I have sorely missed. I also hope to actually write something interesting soon… I think this post has failed miserably.

That’s enough information overload about me. What’s new with you?

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

37 thoughts on “SoCS – Info Overload

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  2. I love the idea of visiting a campus as an inexpensive option for a place to stay. I hope it was beautiful, and fostered great creativity.

    I haven’t been as efficient at combining writing and blogging challenges with regularly visiting folks these last couple of months either, but I’m trying to wiggle some in here and there, when I need percolating space.

    Happy to have found you today – I’ve missed you! =)


    • I’ve missed you too, Shan! Coordinating online life with real life can be a challenge for sure!
      I’ve stayed in a few college/university residences – it’s a great option indeed, especially since they usually come with kitchen facilities. Cuts down on having to dine in restaurants. πŸ™‚

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  3. Good luck with the editing Linda πŸ™‚
    I am taking it a little slow after my vacation. I am yet to pen down my travel details. Feeling a bit lazy after a relaxed vacation πŸ˜›


  4. I have one of those transformer tablets. They are great for traveling. Congrats on getting the current round of editing done.


  5. Congrats on the progress with your edits! Between getting ready to travel, traveling, and jet lag, I missed SoCS and One-Liner Wednesday. Hope, by the time you are back to reading, I’ll have some nice posts for you to visit.


  6. It’s never too much information from you Linda, enjoy your break !!


  7. Always good to hear from you. have a good Sunday.


  8. It’s always good to see something from you Linda. Thanks again for the SoCS prompts.


  9. That reminds me I need to check out colleges when I travel …I find my tablet picks up wifi better as well.


  10. Hope to see you back soon. I’m using a similar writing setup. Makes me appreciate my old laptop better. Have a great weekend!


  11. Wonderful…Nice Linda…


  12. If you see yourself returning to blogging anytime soon, must mean things have started to settle down for you. Or at least, I hope that’s what it means.
    Doesn’t it feel good to get to the end of an edit? It’s strangely satisfying and stressful at the same time, at least for me.


    • Stressful, yes. There’s always the question of whether or not it’s good enough yet – and it never is. πŸ˜›
      I think things have settled down a little but I miss blogging so much! I probably won’t be back to doing it every day, but certainly more than twice a week.

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  13. I’m glad you’re enjoying your work vacation.


  14. Glad you are getting some editing done, Linda! I look forward to when you begin blogging again. I’ve missed your posts πŸ™‚ Nothing too new going on in my world… just busy writing πŸ™‚ Have a great Sunday!


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