We Interrupt This Transmission…

I started this blog on a dark and gloomy night in the closing days of February. Now it is five months later and I’m somehow still going. It does pain me somewhat to say that I’m going to have to stop, at least for a little while.

As some of you may know I’m moving house. This move, unlike previous moves I have made in the past, is not a simple shuffle down the street. This time I’m uprooting everything and venturing into deepest, darkest Berkshire; The foul and corpulent realms of southern England. The antithesis of a northern lad like myself. But that’s where the work is, so move I must. The stress of it all has been weighing quite heavily on my mind, filling my waking hours with dust and backache and even penetrating my sleeping world, filling my nights with fevered reimaginings of everything that could possibly go wrong. Suffice to say writing has fallen a bit by the wayside. I can’t quite say how long it will be before I “get my shit together” and start writing again. I’m not even sure how long it will be before I can hook myself back up to the internet again, it will be a trying time to be sure. The internet is very much something that sustains me. If I could liquify it,  I suspect I would set up an IV drip and start main-lining it.

So with everything up in the air I thinks it’s probably best that I take a little break from blogging for the time being. Thanks to all of you rag-tag misfits who deign this little corner of cyberspace worth a visit.

Hopefully I’ll be back soon.

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About The Rogue Verbumancer

A chemistry graduate consumed by the demons of apathy and disinterest. Likes tea and cheese. Sleeps less than he should. View all posts by The Rogue Verbumancer

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