Hey lovely readers! If reading about more COVID things aren’t good for your mental health right now, please feel free to skip this one!
As many of my readers know, I had COVID at the very beginning of March and I got it bad. Not hospitalisation bad, but bedridden for a week, vomming, chest pain and shallow breathing bad.
So yeah. Not good.
One of the many things that I was worried about was not being able to write when I recovered. My brain and mind are everything to me, and without them, I simply can’t write! So I, like many people, was understandably stressed about not being able to write.
And I don’t want to sugarcoat it: it hasn’t always been easy.
I tire far more easily now. I get headaches more. I struggle to concentrate, finding myself very easily distracted.
It’s been over a month now, and though I’m slowly getting back to normal (normal?!), I’m still not where I was before. And that’s okay.
As long as I’m writing great books, for great readers (that’s you!), then I’m happy.
I hope this little personal update is okay to share, and I can’t wait for you to read my next new release, The Misplaced Husband!