After New Orleans

6 thoughts on “After New Orleans”

  1. We all need these pauses in our writing lives – times to let the well refill. Your New Orleans trip sounds like the perfect end to your timeout-from-writing chapter. It sounds like an amazing city.

    All the best for your ten-minute sprints.


  2. I love New Orleans and you really capture the feeling of the city well. In fact, my husband proposed to me there- in Jackson Square in front of the cathedral. It was a wild, exhilarating weekend filled with food, drink, music and romance. Secondly, I have learned the hard way that perfectionism can often lead to paralysis. I look forward to reading your ten minutes. For myself, today was my first day of trying to get up before the family to drink coffee and write…. I hope I can keep it up.


  3. I was a voodoo priestess in New Orleans in a previous life. Or a pirate. Jean Lafitte’s mistress? Or maybe one of those witches in The Witching Hour. I don’t really know, but I have a serious attachment to New Orleans, the French Quarter in particular. I so much enjoyed reading this post – it took me back to a life I once had. Or think I had.


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