In Which the Protagonist Has a Nervous Breakdown

I’m sicker than a dog (persistent, full-body, hacking cough, runny nose, headache, trouble sleeping), it looks like I’ve started running a fever, just got back an email reject from the Agent about the book (to be fair, it was very nice, and another request for a revision rather than a total reject), I am having trouble eating, I keep bursting into crying fits at work (me, yes ME), and I want to curl up into a ball and die. And my period is starting.

And I’ll be 26 next week.

I’m going home now and drinking tea and watching mindless television.

Of course, even that may be more than I can bear right about now.

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