“There were no barriers to sitting down at a computer…”

Here is another little snippet from Suicide is for Mortals. This is Meliana’s POV, talking about Miranda:

She insisted that there were no barriers of mental health, competence or moral integrity to sitting down at a computer with Internet access. (Regarding mental health, she used herself in her post-Presidential years as an example.)

And so Meliana learns an important lesson about the disadvantages of the Digital Age.

I am sick and still overworked at the office job. I’m still working on the novel, though, and I’m pretty sure I’ll be ready to find an editor after this round of revision. There are only a few more chapters to go.