by Guest Blogger Tonya Thomas
I don't know about you, but I'm either losing my mind or I just don't pay attention to the things going on in my life.
More than once a day I'll head into my kitchen from some other part of my house and stand there and look around wondering what the heck I'm doing there.
Okay, I'll admit it. I have a lot on my mind. In this day and age--wouldn't you? Worrying about gasoline prices, encroaching inflation and where the heck am I going to get my next idea for my current story ... why wouldn't I be preoccupied by something or other.
In general, writers are just plain weird. I mean, think of it. We live in fantasy worlds and get paid for it. (Nice, when it actually happens, I might add. And it doesn't happen nearly often enough.)
I primarily write short stories about women in complicated relationships. I have better things to think about than does the washer need fabric softener or should I use fat-free or lite salad dressing on my salad?
But these lapses of memory do concern me. Am I really losing it or am I really just wrapped up in other things? I don't know -- and until I try to drive to the grocery store and end up three counties over ... maybe I'll pretend to be like Scarlett O'Hara and worry about it . . . tomorrow.
So tell me, do you experience these same lapses and what do you think (or do) about them?
Tonya Thomas is an award-winning author who currently writes women's fiction. You can find her stories available for Kindle, Nook, Smashwords and other e readers. Her box set, THE EDGE AND I, contains five stories for the price of three. You can find her at her website/blog, on Facebook, and Twitter (@TonyaThomas1), or visit her Amazon store.