I never sit with my coworkers at lunch lately.
I’m not trying to be anti-social. It’s just that my lunch time is precious. You see, I am the queen of side projects. I always have five or six things going on at once. To make things worse, I’m always getting ideas for more projects that I’ve had to put into a spreadsheet for “someday,” because if I try to work on all of them, I will:
c) Have a mental breakdown that involves a lot of crying
d) Never actually finish anything
e) All of the above
An ending can be disappointing for a number of reasons, but these mysteries are all failing in the exact same way. And the problem is red herrings.
To continue to spread appreciation for women writers, here is a list off the top of my head* of female authors who have, in some way or another, inspired me:
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