Monday, May 4, 2009

Sometimes you reach a fork in the road...

Well, that was an unintentionally prophetic statement about 'going it alone' a couple of posts back. Yesterday there were big changes on the writing group front resulting in me leaving the email group I've been a member of for several years. 'This wasn't just any email writing group, this was...' etc - you get the picture. Sometimes things just come to the end of the road tho' and a quick break is less painful than a resentment-filled, more protracted one.

Loads of nice things and warm support to look back on - I'd never have been published at all, I'm sure, without this group of women behind me. And some of us remain firm friends with intentions to keep on supporting and keep on writing. A win-win, I hope, for everybody.

2 comments:

womagwriter said...

Good luck going it alone. Things do have a natural lifespan, and it is important to recognise when something has reached its end.

Honeysuckle said...

Things do have a natural lifespan - that's right. And a good job too, in some cases. Imagine if bubble cuts and puffball skirts were destined to last forever?