It's cold up here in southeast Michigan.
Now I'm sure people in the Upper Penisula might scoff at this, along with people living in Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Canada, etc., but I don't care. January is just too early for the really cold weather to be upon us.
You'd think this kind of weather would
keep me indoors as much as possible (and you'd be right) and that my writing production would increase proportionally, but you'd be dead wrong. Between
the cold temperature and the early onset of darkness, I find myself thinking about how nice it would be to crawl under the covers with my Kindle long
before bedtime rolls around. Sitting in front of my computer and typing just doesn't give me the same warm fuzzy feeling.
I'm sleeping late tomorrow, so it'll be interesting to see if I manage to stay up and write tonight, or if I cave and go to bed early.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the links!
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