Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Waning Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Hazy and warm

Tired. Got home after midnight; woke up at 5 AM anyway.

Yesterday was a lost day as far as writing went – I had to deal with practicalities of building crap, storage rearrangement, etc. I’m feeling very overwhelmed right now, and there’s no end in sight for several weeks.

I’m working on the NHL draft article; I’ve been sent the transcript of an interview I did last weekend to check quotes; I’m working on the marketing campaign for HEX BREAKER. I have some stories to work on (my actor sparked yet another idea for a story), I have to revise the plays, etc., etc., etc.

I did five loads of laundry yesterday, and I’ve got about the same to do today, but I’m hoping to have a serious, steady writing cay.

It was a relief to be on the show last night, back with the actors, and in the rhythm.

Not much to say; simply a lot to do.

Devon

Devon’s Bookstore:


5 in 10: Create 5 Short Stories in Ten Weeks
by Devon Ellington. This ebooklet takes you from inspiration to writing to revision to marketing. By the end of ten weeks, you will have either 5 short stories or a good chunk of a novella complete. And it’s only 50 cents, USD. Here.

Writing Rituals: Ideas to Support Creativity by Cerridwen Iris Shea. This ebooklet contains several rituals to help you start writing, get you through writer’s block, and help send your work on its way. It’s only 39 cents USD. (Note: Cerridwen Iris Shea is one of the six names under which I publish). Here.


Full Circle: An Ars Concordia Anthology
. Edited by Colin Galbraith. This is a collection of short stories, poems, and other pieces by a writers’ group of which I am a member. My story is “Pauvre Bob”, set at Arlington Race Track in Illinois. You can download it free here:

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6 Comments

  1. Okay, SUPERWOMAN!!! If anyone will get it all done, it will be you!

    Just don’t kill yourself, OK? Pacing is good…but I hope you’re able to get the stories out! It sounds like you need to spend lots of time with your actor! He’s inspirational! 🙂

  2. Sometimes it feels like there isn’t enough time in the day, doesn’t it? I feel like that too!

    And I agree with Lara – your actor sounds very inspirational for your writing! 🙂

  3. Five loads of laundry? Wow.

  4. Sending you good thoughts and energy. One step at a time is the best way to tackle everything. Take care.

  5. ::boggle::

    I always thing I’m busy. Then I come here.

  6. Pace yourself. Oh I enjoyed your interview.


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