As with a good bottle of red wine, sometimes stories need time to mature. In fact, that is true for many things in life. Some things cannot be rushed without detriment to the finished result or the process.
As the writer or creator, it is alpha and omega to listen to the tiny gutsy squeak, telling you to take a break, before mulling things over again, and finally, doing what needs to be done.
And sometimes, life just gets in the way.
In my experience, life is synonymous with work, work, work, and it has been an exciting roller coaster ride, albeit far away from books, stories, and writing.
Louise’s Home Library and the many unread books therein, have rested for months now. At times, I’ve even wondered if the chapter, which featured Louise’s Home Library, was over, but at other times, I have tip-toed into my library and reminded myself of all the stories and reading experiences I have to look forward to.
And here I am now.
I’ve grown in the last couple of months. I dabbled in something new, but I know what I want to return to. Reviving Louise’s Home Library is coming home, lifting the white dust sheets and letting in the sunshine.
Thank you Readers, who have had the patience to stick with me through this long absence, Louise’s Home Library may change a little bit, but my love for books, stories, and the wonderful reading experiences they hold, is still radiant.