So, what does a dragon writer do with an injured wing?
1) Have surgery to repair it
2) Begin the recovery process
3) Let my imagination take flight
For me, the answer is: All of the above. Last week I underwent a lateral epicondylitis repair of my left elbow extensor tendon (imagine the stretched tendon and tattered mainsail of the dragon wing above) in the hope that I will regain the use of my hand and fingers without burning, searing pain. Fingers crossed—I’ll have you all do this as I still can’t move without significant pain—wrenched finger tip. Physical Therapy should begin soon.
I have been letting my imagination take over, just allowing ideas for my second novel, The Keepers of Caledonia, flood my mind. Soon I’ll need to jot these ideas down, but it is gratifying to let my imagination take flight where my injured wing cannot.