No Reading

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I'm proclaiming a week of no reading.

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Before you wonder if I have suicidal tendencies, let me explain. I need to get some writing done. And the more I think about that quote from Writer magazine, the more I realize that I do cop out to read more often than I should.

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And so, despite visions of Prince Rilian, bound and straining against his chair, I'm attempting a week without free reading. Who knows how much I'll get done on my book?

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Besides, my dad can't call it an addiction anymore if I go a whole week without. I'll just keep my shaky hands under the dinner table.

6 comments:

Janet Rubin said...

Can't you just see Noel, trying to get a fix by read the cereal boxes and ketchup ingredients? Good luck Noel!

Erin said...

You've gone mad.

Erin said...

OK, so maybe I should take that back.
But seriously? HOW?

Noel De Vries said...

Well, not ALL reading. I mean, that's impossible. But free-reading, novel reading ...

And, as I keep telling myself, it's only seven days. 168 hours. 10,080 minutes...

Thanks for the luck, Janet!

Marie DeVries said...

I cant believe you! I am addicted to reading even more than I am to chocolate... More power to ya!

Marie DeVries said...

I want to know what IS so bad about a reading addiction. I mean, if you get everything else done, whats so bad about being addicted to reading? I guess the problem would be that one /wouldn't/ get everything else done...