Like any other parent, my phone is filled to the brim with pictures of my "kids." And Tonks dominates those photos since she joined the household. The little bugger is the most photogenic cat I've ever owned. She even poses for the camera, the ham. It's kind of hysterical.
The dreaded adverb. Genre writing tells you to never use adverbs. Some programs even flag them so you can eradicate them from your manuscript. What are these terrible creatures? And do you need to fumigate them?
When you have to buy office furniture for your "Assistant."
All of my work is supervised by a top Research Assistant.
I've spent so much time in physical therapy, everyone in the building knows me. While I'm the first to opt for PT over other options, I still loathe every minute I'm there. I can't deny that (most of the time), it gets the job done. Doesn't mean I won't curse the entire time.
Writers are most comfortable holed up in front of their writing machine of choice. However, you can't deny the beauty of the natural world. And I'm not talking about looking up images on search engines, either.
You know how unimportant you are when your assistants have a meeting without you.
Anyone with a wedding in 2020 will assure you COVID-19 adds an extra layer of stress. None of the wedding planners tells you what to do about plagues. It's made things a bit of a challenge.