Visitor’s Guest Book
Frei Klavier Wow, awesome blog structure! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The entire glance of your website is magnificent, as neatly as the content!
Free Piano I discovered your blog web site on google and examine just a few of your early posts. Continue to maintain up the superb operate. I simply extra up your RSS feed to my Yahoo engine. Searching for forward to studying more from you afterward!…
Free Piano I’d need to examine with you here. Which is not one thing I normally do! I enjoy reading a publish that will make people think. Also, thanks for permitting me to comment!
Free Piano Beautiful and even precise in fact. I for instance the content understanding in home-page. Also the several options designed for blog and even full-width sites. Looks like this is usually a great area for young adults. Japan for Free
Free Piano You made some good points there. I did a search on the super topic and found most people will agree with your blog Extra website Flygel Thanks!.
. tnx for info!!
jb, Bipolar Disorder affects everyone differently. I cannot write on demand unless I am doing technical writing or journalism. I am sort of an idiot savant when it comes to writing novels and stories. I need to be supercharged with creativity and emotion before I sit down and write anything serious. I have come to accept this limitation, and right now I am focusing on getting back into shape through martial arts. I find that helps me focus and I have my center. I feel for you. It is difficult to live with this curse, but it can be a blessing too if you can mange to focus your energy into something creative. Best, James M. Weil
thank you for writing this. while i haven't published anything, i am writing, and i do have bipolar disorder. lately, i've been wrestling with processing issues, and i'm hoping to find others who are able to work through the various difficulties that bp presents. ultimately, these problems keep me from establishing any sort of routine, such as SKing describes in On Writing, since my state of mind can be viciously unpredictable. even if i *say* that i'm going to sit down at 8PM every night and write for two hours, there's no guarantee that my brain will cooperate. i am in treatment and doing all that i can to manage my health, both physically and mentally. however, the only solution i've found thus far is to write when my mind works and to walk away when it doesn't. that's far from ideal, and the situation is extremely limiting and frustrating. is there a certain level of acceptance for which i should be reaching? in other words, is it more healthful to acknowledge that i can apparently only do so much, or are there ways to circumvent this particular roadblock and be more consistent in the act of writing? i understand that you are likely very busy, so if you don't have the time to reply, i certainly understand. however, if you do have any words to offer, i would be most appreciative. thank you for taking the time to read this! jb *i'll be putting in a hold request at my library for Swiss Chocolate; it sounds wonderful!
Jean, You are so welcome. I love your work, and the more you write the better you get. Keep at it, Jean. We will get this project done sooner than you think. Love, James
James, I can't wait to read Swiss Chocolate. I've read some of your work and I'm astonished by your work. I have a friend that is bipolar. Knowing the episodes he has even astonishes me more about your working during your episodes. You are a gifted writer and I'm so glad to be a participant in your life as an editor and in your work as a writer. Congrads, James; Jean Johnson