Eye Of The Storm

Eye Of The Storm
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If you missed the news, my poem, THE FINAL NAIL, was published yesterday over at Every Day Poets. Also published was an article I wrote for Devon Ellington’s magazine site A Biblio Paradise. Entitled, HALF WAY TO A WINNER, it’s about the story of my first chapbook, FRINGE FANTASTIC, and how I’ve managed to keep it selling five years after publication.

Yesterday was a strange kind of day. I feel as though a lot happened yet that there’s nothing worth writing about. I got through a good chunk of work on GREENER, caught up with some reading, made a few website updates to reflect yesterday’s publications, ordered those books online that I couldn’t get hold of on Saturday, and spent some time networking on Twitter with other writers.

Nothing controversial and nothing that inspiring, I’m afraid. The Pope is coming to town tomorrow so I’m expecting that to change at any moment. The best thing about today, though, is that it’s pay day. Perhaps a celebratory curry could be in order in the next few days to celebrate that fact.

I’m either in that lull that is the calm before a storm or right smack bang in the middle of it. Can’t really figure out which.

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About Colin Galbraith

Keen runner, thriller author, Madness fan, Mets fan, St Mirren fan/owner, rabbit tamer, outstanding fake faller. Loves cannolis & espressos. #LFGM
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2 Responses to Eye Of The Storm

  1. Congrats on all the publication news!

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