Tuesday, 25 April 2017

On a blog break

I have not blogged for a month and nor have I visited other blogs in recent weeks. Unfortunately for me, that's going to continue for a few more days, probably until early May, as I rush to fulfil personal commitments and finish work-related assignments.

My review of Past Tense by my good friend Margot Kinberg is still pending and I owe her a big apology. The review will be the first thing I'll be posting on my return, though I hope I can do that much earlier. Joel Williams, the former police detective-turned-professor, is a likeable main character in this nice little mystery set on a campus. I enjoyed reading the book. It had a light and easy pace. You can read Margot's guest post about her new book and flash fiction by clicking on the above link.

Meanwhile, I remain active on Facebook and Twitter, as some of you may have noticed, but that's only because I mostly post while waiting for a bus or train or just before turning in for the night. That way I can at least follow what many of you are blogging about.

See you in May.

9 comments:

  1. I've been way underactive as well, but have been on Fb.

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  2. It is hard to keep up with a blog and keep up with other commitments too, Prashant. But I do miss you.

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  3. Prashant – Sometimes “life intrudes.” I stole that from a friend, a writer with a day job, who wishes the one did not take so much time away from the other. – I look forward to your return.

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  4. Have a great break and see you soon back int he blogosphere :)

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  5. Many thanks for the kind words, Prashant. I understand completely about your need for a break - I hope you get everything settled, and get a chance to relax, too.

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  6. I haven't been able to do much of anything due to extra-"curricular" acivity. It happens, Prashant.

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  7. It's always nice to have you around Prashant, but take your time and come back when you feel like it!

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  8. Looking forward to your eminent return!

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