Aaaand back to the cabin~
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I hope you guys are well. Many people ask me how my family’s doing with all the war refugees going to Poland. They’re all totally fine and telling me all those heartbreaking stories about Ukrainian children (my parents are both teachers, so…). Everyone is doing their best. And let’s be honest – this new reality won’t change anytime soon for both Polish and Ukrainian people. Even if the war ends tomorrow, those children won’t return to the ruined cities. They will stay, learn Polish, and continue their education. Although I still hope that the certain someone sobers up. Or kicks the bucket. I guess either works. There are some Russian troops gathering on those islands north of Japan now and I’m extra annoyed.
Either way, I had a rough week at work, again, but still managed to draw you another page and even do some editing over the weekend. I hope I can wrap up the Mind Drummer’s after-beta fixes before I go to Poland mid April (or at least attempt to, my flights got canceled twice already). Then I’ll switch to the yet-unnamed draft that needs a revision or two before I can show it to anyone. I love writing so much. I’ve been so much happier since I decided to invest some time in it in 2020. Don’t wait with your dreams, guys. Start walking toward them, even if you can only make tiny steps. I should have never stopped myself from writing, even if it all only ends up in the drawer in the end.
I’m still reading The Hand of the Sun King and it got better after the first half. I even had some dreams about it haha I think I can recommend it, especially if you’re a patient reader. It’s not a fast-paced book, but it was enjoyable nonetheless and the prose is very pleasant. Other than this one, I’ve been beta-reading a book for a friend, so I can’t really share that one with you guys haha
Take care, and thanks for reading Replay!