Phil: So, there we go. 2020 is nearly over, and I don’t think it will be mourned by anyone.
Let’s be honest, it was rubbish. We’d all have been happier to hibernate through the whole thing, and the first six months of 2021 too, I suspect.
Team NolanParker can’t claim to have enjoyed any great success.
Early on, we tidied up both of our books, applied all the proof-reading and removed the typos. All good, but after that March happened, and it all fell apart.
While others were (they claim) learning a new language or developing the ability to make pasta, we just disappeared into the “joys” of ever more work, homeschooling and generally losing all our motivation.
Sadly, our writing mojo is still missing, but at least on a socially-distanced walk in the cold yesterday, we started to look for it. That’s another thing we miss – sitting in a cafe with tea and cake. I’m sure that strolling in the park is good for you, but you can’t use a laptop.
Will 2021 be the year we break through? Will we finally finish our third book?
Does anyone else have hopes and dreams for next year? Please share – you might inspire someone else.