Writing Can Be Murder

May 17, 2007


Filed under: Uncategorized — jenniferelbaum @ 10:32 am

I’ve been sleepwalking lately (when I’ve been sleeping, which is rarely due to a rude neighbor and their annoying car alarm which is a whole other post, but I will say that I’m beginning to understand why people in Texas shoot people on their property).

Anyway, I’ve been sleepwalking — in my warped world, this is a good thing. It means that I’m scaring the heck out of myself while writing my current book. 

Unfortunately for my dh this is not a good thing because I don’t just sleepwalk. I sleeptalk (apparently I have complete, though nonsensical, conversations) and I do bizarre things like turning appliances on and off, opening the blinds to look outside, etc.

Does anybody else do this?



  1. I’ve never walked in my sleep that I know of, but I have had conversations. My husband laughs a lot in his sleep but he never remembers why. Have you ever dreamed you were awake? I’ve done that, usually to unfortunate results.

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — May 17, 2007 @ 7:33 pm

  2. I always think I’m awake when I’m sleepwalking. It’s why I get so busy. My old dog was big enough to get in my way and wake me up. The dog I have now is tiny and he doesn’t bother to try.

    Comment by jenniferelbaum — May 18, 2007 @ 9:02 am

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