Good day, Earthlings.
Above is a link to my latest short story, “A Short History of the Future” included in Chaos of Hard Clay, an anthology of post-apocalyptic fiction edited by G. Allen and Kathy Cook. Available on Amazon and Createspace.
There should be a look-inside feature on it soon, so you can get to take a peek at its contents.
I am still cogging on, doing a specific amount of writing and typing a day, except at weekends. It does not take long for my back, neck, shoulders and so on to complain, so right about now I’m managing two to three pages a day and that’s it (in my younger times I could sit and scribble non-stop all day) when I’m not exercising everything from head to toe to keep on top of my connective tissue disorder and deal with extreme gender dysphoria, or lying prone on the carpet to rest. Resting on comfortable surfaces is now a thing of the past, as various bits try to sink too low and go out of line enough to trap nerves, which is excruciating. In fact, the only rest I get is when I sleep at night.
This makes me feel unproductive, miserable and irritable, as it would anybody. Though one of my New Year’s Resolutions is to be more creative this year.
Hoping that when (if?) I finally get on testosterone, this will change for the better. Then you’ll all be seeing and hearing more from me, I promise.