There is no format to this. I’m just blurting stuff out as I think of it.

Stay at home. That is the smart thing to do. Go out only if you need grocery shopping or, if you are like me, you have a dog who demands numerous walks a day.

So I’m on week three since I was sent home to work from my man cave. I honestly don’t mind getting to sleep in, given my shorter commute to the office. Plus, working in the medical field, I have been privy to getting information from actual experts on the situation and not political hacks talking out of their asses because they had a “hunch.”

I’m binge watching James Bond films. Did anyone else notice the early films really didn’t give a crap about continuity? In You Only Live Twice, Bond and Blofeld know each other well and even come to blows. But in the next film, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, they meet again as if for the first time. This seems to have been fixed since Daniel Craig took over as Bond. Is anyone else disappointed that the new Bond film had to be pushed back to November? F-ing COVID.

I miss baseball. Honestly, I was skeptical as to how the Cubs were going to do this year given their piss poor ending to the 2019 season and the fact that they did nothing over the off season. But I still miss it. Besides, I can’t very well play fantasy baseball if the real thing is on hold.

Watching The Simpsons on Disney+ I have noticed extended scenes (in the first few seasons) that I don’t recall seeing when the episodes originally aired. Just an observation.

Anyone looking for binge watching ideas, Tiger King (a total “WTF did I just watch” show) will have you feeling better about your own families (and the fact that you have all of your teeth).

My current work in progress, Welcome to Oblivion, is with my beta readers and is being pushed up to an early October release. That hasn’t stopped me from moving ahead with another novel. I am now at the 20,000 word mark with that one, and already have the cover designed.

Don’t forget about my latest giveaway! Just visit the homepage for all the information.

I have been all over social media lately, so if you are not following all of my accounts, I can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Eric Woods resides in Springfield, Illinois and has been writing since grade school. The author of 10 full length stage plays, his first novel PUMMELED was published in June of 2018. He is in the process of finishing his second novel, the horror story DRAGON’S BLOOD which is scheduled for release in October 2019. Eric has been a local freelance writer since 2005, writing for such outlets as Springfield Business Journal Illinois and SO Magazine. He serves as a tour guide for the Lincoln Ghost Walk in Springfield and was a collegiate speech and debate coach for seven years. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Master’s Degree in Communication from the University of Illinois Springfield.

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