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Dear Muse

Dear Muse,

It has been a while since the last time we had words. I didn’t mean them. Sometimes you are just so infuriating! You never appear when I need you and then I am stuck blinking at my computer screen.


I know it is annoying when I get stuck. Maybe I am just a little terrified about how it will all turn-out.

I am waiting for your advice and you are no help to me.  Whatsoever!

I know it is my job to take action. I am working on it. Really! I am.

I guess I should be more grateful towards you. I mean you have done me a world of good and I do kind of have a book finished. You also did get me to work through it all even when I really didn’t want too.

I  recognize I am high maintenance and it is true you do deserve a vacation with an umbrella drink. Just promise me you will not get too drunk because I would like to have you back before next week. I have more revisions to do and you need to have a clear head.

Much Love,


P.S. Could you please have a Rum Punch for me? And if it isn’t too much snap a photo of that young Adonis of yours running on the beach. It would be cruel not to share a photo of  this fine specimen with his sinewy body blazing in the hot sun.

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Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook

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    1. Thank you, Andra! I have been working on a YA book and finally feel like it is moving in the right direction. I keep pushing my deadline for it to be finished and I am giving it one last week. I also have another small project in the works that I look forward to sharing with everyone in January.

  1. I am nearing finishing (forever nearing finishing, but hopefully for real this time) my first book. Not the finished product, the skeletal first draft/story part. I’ve been having panic attacks at night about it. I keep reminding myself I have to trust it’s all going to come together. Somehow. It has to, right?? Right??? I think your muse will show up when you need her. Until then, keep pestering her.

    1. It really will come together! I promise! I have had so much anxiety over this because I am going with it. I am putting it into the universe and at the end of the day I have the accomplishment of knowing that I have written a book.

      The Muse has been very kind to me this morning and I am at the editing phase were I am happy! I am happy to finally feel like I have reached the point that I can send it off to the beta readers! Woot!

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