The Myth of Time

I had one interview and have talked to quite a few people since the book came out and one thing they all mention is that they don't know where I find the time. My friend Jenny always jokes that I carry about three extra hours around in my pockets. I don't, I really don't.

I suppose you find the time wherever you can. There are always a couple of extra minutes and hours lying around. If you want to find the time to do something--write, read, go to the park and hang out on the swings with the three year old--you'll find it. I do a lot of things during my plan periods and early in the morning. I write a lot during the down time at parent teacher conferences. I read while watching TV, plot in the car on the way to and from work, and plan lessons as I cook dinner.

For those of you who haven't read it yet, here's the link to the review from the Oak Park Wednesday Journal Book Blog. I'm really rather proud of it, though I think that I'm going to have to write a short story about what happened to the coachman. So many people seem concerned about him . . .

http://www.oakpark.com/Community/Blogs/03-16-2011/Forest_Park_Teacher_Debuts_Romance_Novel

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  1. I posted a comment on her page. I thought she was a bit harsh in some of the criticism. I know I am slightly biased, but you know I read TONS.....

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