F is for Friday

Okay, totally lame, I know. But really, how lucky to have F for Friday considering I’m the Friday Fox?

I mean, Friday’s TOTALLY ROCK.

That’s my day off each week. Since I work retail (bookstore), my main hours are on the weekend, so Friday’s are pretty heavily guarded around the Lynn Rush household!

It’s my day to totally sit back and write…for hours on end. And it’s really convenient since I just started a new story. The characters refuse to stop talking. It’s cutting into my sleep, and my concentration (totally stubbed my toe last night and thought I broke the dumb thing.)

So, I better get this story written so I can get focused again!

What do you guys usually do on your days off?

About Lynn Rush

New York Times/USA Today bestselling author, chocolate addict & ultra runner. Agent: Nicole Resciniti of The Seymour Agency
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3 Responses to F is for Friday

  1. Tonette says:

    Ummm …I work from home, have grandchildren and family around…what is this ‘Day Off’ you speak of???

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    • jeff7salter says:

      Technically, all my days are ‘off’ … in the sense that I no longer punch a clock.
      But I find that most of the days each week have recurring schedules which have me some place other than at home in my study writing.
      But it USED to be that my typical Mondays and typical Thursdays were relatively unencumbered. And I just lost my Thursday afternoons due to a Friday event moving to that day.

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  2. Glad you get some Lynn time on Fridays. I like to write on my days off, too!

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