I'm taking a little break to ask a question. While in study mode, my brain is trying to remember the differences between CLL, CML, AML, and ALL. But somewhere a little writerly voice inside is whispering, "Did you forget?"
ME: "What? I'm busy. AML has Auer rods. CLL has smudge cells..."
Little Voice: "You know. Did you forget how to write?"
ME: "Hairy cell leukemia has...hairy cells. I'm busy, stop pestering me."
Little Voice: *whimpers*
So I ask you. Have you ever been away from writing long enough that you worried whether or not you could, you know, write again?
Is writing a "use-it-or-lose-it" skill?
Am I doomed?
If you didn't get a chance, check out this week's Blog Chain on putting yourself in your writing. This week is by the fabulous Danyelle Leafty!
Check out my post from last week, and the week before by Laura Diamond. And stay tuned for next week's post by Zoe Courtman!