Thanks, Heather, for putting into words the trials and tribulation we writers are facing this year. Who would have thought?
Reblogged from Ladies of Mystery
If anyone had said to me six-months ago a large part of being an author in today’s world would be virtual, I would have laughed in his or her face. So much for reading the future. Before the pandemic, I did my share of in-the-flesh panel discussions, book signings, writers’ meetings, board meetings i.e., the basic tools of the trade. They were enough of a trial. Back in the day, the Bay Area traffic was so bad it would take hours to travel anywhere that wasn’t your local filling station. But here I am, forced into the unlikely reality of Zoom.
First off, I had no idea how to Zoom. What do you mean, I need a camera? And a mic? Am I going to have to push a bunch of buttons? But soon I realized it was time to come kicking and screaming into 2020. This old Poodle needed…
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This whole gotta stay home thing sure has to be a shock to the wonderful writers who depend on interaction with real live humans. We hope the Covid takes a dive soon.
We do too.