Hi! Back again!
I know some of you have missed me these past few months. Apologies. Heard of Long Covid?
It’s a long-term after-effect of Covid-19 infection. For about a year, I suffered apathy, lethargy, head-and-eye pain, and brain-fog. Not good for a writer. I came to a dead stop.
During that year I lost my only cousin and several friends to non-Covid illnesses. Finally, my “kid” sister lost her long fight against cancer in February, 2021. That finished off any spark of creativity. Hence my silence since late January.
But when my birthday hit this week, I decided it was time to get back into the game.
So here I am, back again, trying my best.
My next far-future series is well under way, with the first three novels edited and awaiting the necessary tinkering.
I’m also talking with a publisher who’s interested in a collection of short stories he calls “eclectic”, hopefully for release some time next year.
So I hope to be more visible on the electronic bookshelves than of late.
My friends at SFF Book Bonanza have a new batch of 99c books available this week only. Click the image below to view and choose!
8 thoughts on “Long Covid Years”
So sorry about your losses, Andy. Good to see you back. Looking forward to your posts. Just got a book that my cousin and I co-wrote, published. The best to you. Blessings.
Thanks. It has been a tough time, but I hope I can move on. Congrats on your publication!
Good to see you back, Andy. Missed your posts. Sorry for the challenges you’ve had to face and the losses in your life. Managed to survive Covid also (last December) and most of my longhaul symptoms are gone now. On and up!
Good to BE back. I’m pleased you managed to get through the infection and are recovering. As you say – “On and up!”
Sorry you’ve had a rough go. These last couple of years have been HARD. Sending lots of happy your way.
Thanks for your supportive words. I know others have suffered more, but I can only speak from my own experience.
I’m so sorry. 😦 It sounds as if you’ve had the year from hell, with extras. Take it easy. Just a bit a day until life starts to feel worthwhile again. – hugs-
Many thanks! Yes – one day at a time.
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