After losing Internet for a day, and trying to figure out what to do, I choose to be grateful that I am a writer. At least I can sit down and use a pen and paper for my writing. That never stopped me from complaining about my computer, though.
Fortunately it wasn’t the computer that was the problem, but the modem. I truly felt a bit of disconnect, and I am sure it would have been worse if the computer was down, but I survived. I did learn one thing…
When I have no Internet, I have a lot of time to write. I also have a lot of time to edit my work and make it better. To this end, I used my personal library, and this was a great thing to have when I cannot use an online dictionary or try to figure out where to put a reference.
Keeping all that in mind, I was able to make some headway with my blog book, and with the second in the series of my Transylvania books. Publishing a book is a process that I can enjoy doing. I did go the self-publishing route, and I can’t complain about the process. This is something that I learned when writing without the Internet…. I can get a lot of work done.