Going Off the Radar

Yep, I’m going off the blog radar…temporarily. A week, maybe two.

1048553049Company is coming from Florida. My sister and my niece arrive tomorrow, and it will be up to me to show them the beauty that is Colorado. When you live in a gorgeous location like this, playing tour guide is no small task!

I’m sneaking up on the last two chapters of first-draft. Yes, I know I’ve said that for almost a year, but this time I really mean it. I’m tired of waiting around for my muse, so I’m completing this draft without him. Today I’m working an important scene in which two adversarial female characters unite for the first time as they discuss another main character, a man…of course! This scene answers questions,  presents others, and proves things are not always what they seem. Then it’s on to the final chapter. 1048553031

This is recharge time for me, probably waaaay overdue. The Manhattan Bar sounds awful good right now.

So, tell me, loyal readers, what would it take for you to go off the radar? 

Photos by me.


11 thoughts on “Going Off the Radar”

  1. Your photo of the mountains is fabulous! (Would make a cool header, in fact. 🙂 )
    I’m so off the blogging radar it’s not even funny. It’s partly intentional, as I’ve resolved to spend every writing minute I have on one project only–that blasted re-revision …
    (I haven’t even spoken with my Muse in more than a month!)
    It’s going well, but my poor blog is silent. I hope that doesn’t mean I’m a horrible blogger. 😉
    Have fun in that gorgeous landscape of yours!

  2. Have a fulfilling recharge. On your return, you’ll blow that last chapter out of the water.

    What would it take for me to go off the radar? A power blackout. I know. I whine about time and I’m weak. Sigh. One of these days I’ll unplug for a block of time instead of hours here and there.

  3. A resty is always good, especially when a bar is nearby! I usually escape the blog when it starts to feel like work, which mercifully only happens once or twice a year. I find that if I fly under 300 feet then I can also go off the radar but enough about my superpowers.

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