Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Hot and humid

Yesterday was a long day, but a good one. I picked up a book I wanted on my way in to the show. Day work was fine. I mean, it’s day work, I’m doing laundry, ironing shirts, and dealing with dry cleaning. It’s not brain surgery – although there are days when it sometimes feels like it. Dry cleaning was late coming back yesterday, which made getting things ready for the show a bit of a scramble, but it all got done, and everyone looked well-pressed and neat.

My friend Costume Imp stopped by to visit – he’s about to embark on a seven to ten month tour working with the performer of his dreams, so that’s wonderful news! He’s leaving very soon, so it will be crazy, but it’s all good.

Show was fine. One of my actors was a little distracted, because there’s a lot going on for him right now, but that’s why he’s got me there – to make sure the jacket comes off, the suspenders aren’t twisted, all of that. And two other actors I dress are getting ready to leave at the end of the week (five are leaving, total, but only two of mine), so there’s all that transition stuff going on. As much as I appreciate having a quieter show (meaning less frantic, fewer cues, and, most importantly, no rakes or heavy costumes), sometimes I miss having a lot of quick changes.

And then I get over it.

A friend who’s teaching in Thailand is in town briefly, and came to the show last night. We went out to Bar 9 on 9th Avenue (once we found it) and had a good catch-up session. It was SOOOO good to see her! It meant I didn’t get home until after 1:30, but that’s okay – it was worth it. The thing I hate about commuting is that I always have to remain very aware of time.

Cover art discussions continue for HEX BREAKER. Fingers crossed; it’s an exciting process.

Now, to finish that article hanging over my head. . . .

Devon

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Monday, July 14, 2008

Monday, July 14, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Hot, humid, rainy, dreary
Happy Bastille Day! (Um, happy?)

Resistance. That’s what I’ve been fighting with this article that’s due tomorrow. I don’t want to write it. However, I’m contracted to write it, so too damn bad for me, right?

I did some work on it yesterday, but not enough. I have day work AND a show today, so it’s not like there’s a whole lot of writing happening. Plus, there’s life stuff to deal with.

So I just better get over myself. I may be up very, very late tonight if I don’t get it together. And I had plenty of time to do it, but I procrastinated.

The past couple of years I’ve procrastinated every time I’ve been contracted by this particular company – I think that tells me something.

Plus, what I’ve written so far really sucks.

Acupuncture was terrific. My healer could tell who caused which of the knots, and broke most of them down. Yeah, I know, I need to practice detachment, which is something I’m no good at. I’m either completely immersed in something or I’m done.

This morning was about dealing with HEX BREAKER deadlines and cover art. I’m in discussions with the cover artist, who has some good ideas, but there’s an overall slant to the cover I think needs to happen later in the series, so we’re discussing it. Even if it turns out to be in a different direction than I’d prefer, if I want this to work and be a building block for future books, I have to run with whatever I end up with and say, “Hey, this is fun, come play”. Because the story IS fun, it is a little different, it’s not easily boxed. The more fun I can have with its distribution and marketing, the more fun the audience can have when they find it.

Off to the theatre for at least a 14 hour day.

Devon

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Sunday, July 13, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Hot and humid

I didn’t mean to worry anyone with the Iceland photo. I haven’t had much I can talk about this week, and yes, I do wish I was back in the wild, SOLITARY beauty that is Iceland to me.

That doesn’t mean anything terrible is happening. The show’s puttering along, and there’s more chaos than usual due to rehearsals and cast changes and all that stuff. It’s busy, not bad, and the daily details wouldn’t make sense to anyone who doesn’t have to deal with them, so it’s both pointless and unethical to discuss them in depth here.

The worst part (aside from the exhaustion, both physical and emotional) is that I haven’t been able to get any solid writing time in. Although this is not a physically demanding show, this week took more emotional energy than I expected, and the writing suffered. I have to figure out a way to restructure this week so it doesn’t happen again. I have deadlines coming up, and I don’t have the luxury of spinning and missing any of them.

I managed to outline an article I need to write later today, and I managed to make some notes on TALENT. I’m going to drop out of J-WAT, because the show schedule is too demanding, and to even set a goal of 50K for this month is to set myself up for failure. It’s not a contract; there’s no reason to put myself under that kind of pressure.

I have acupuncture later today, thank goodness.

Hopefully, this coming week, I’ll actually have something worthwhile for the blog!

Devon

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Friday, July 11, 2008

I wish I was back in Iceland.

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Thursday, July 10, 2008

I have nothing interesting to say today, so I’m not going to say anything.

Had fun with the understudy — actually got to work with him on both shows, in different roles for each performance. We had a blast.

But I’m tired, and I had to work on something when I got home at midnight with a three hour turnaround, and there’s a lot of other stuff to be straightened out.

Onward.

That’s about it.

Devon

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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Hot, humid, disgusting

Not much writing yesterday; mostly business.

My publisher called last night as I was on the train back from the show and we got things sorted out. We’re moving forward to the August 1 date of HEX BREAKER.

Did a last minute interview over on the Love and Romance Café just before I walked out the door.

Show was fine. There’s some chaos due to the impending cast changes, but things should smooth out. Although, as one of my actors played his lovely, moving death scene, some dumbass’s cell phone went off. Inexcusable.

I have an understudy for the matinee; he joked around with what he wanted, and I’ve got a little surprise in store for him . . .

Got to take care of business, then have a 2-show, at least 14-hour day ahead of me, with little or no writing possible.

Got some basic notes done for TALENT, but that’s it.

Must get OLD-FASHIONED DETECTIVE WORK whipped into shape so it can release before the holidays. I’m pretty sure it will be accepted.

I have upcoming out of town dates happening – will share more when it’s set. It’s great, because it means more PR opportunities for HEX BREAKER.

Lots going on, but not a lot I can talk about!!!!

Have a great Wednesday, all!

Devon

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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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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Hot and humid

I’m feeling better today. Not 100%, but better.

I spent most of yesterday in bed. I felt too awful to sleep or read or watch TV; I just kind of lay there and fretted.

I made it through the show, and, actually, felt better as the show progressed.

I didn’t take the right book along, though, so that was frustrating; I nearly lost my mind (what’s left of it) on the train coming home. It looked like such a great book when I bought it, but it’s dry and doesn’t engage. Oh, well, live and learn.

I’ve had to deal with some business stuff before I could write this morning, which kinds of throws me off – you know how I prefer to work before I’ve been “tainted by the day”. But this business won’t wait – I want the recipients to have everything once they hit their various electronic devices.

So let’s hope I have a fairly productive day to make up for the string of unproductive ones. I have a lot to do and it won’t sit there and do itself (gosh darn it).

I’m trying to get back to BALTHAZAAR TREASURE, but I also have some business to deal with regarding TRACKING MEDUSA. I’m hoping it will find a home in the next few months. In order for that to happen, I have to stay on top of the business end.

Nothing’s going to happen with overseas negotiations for anything overseas until autumn because they all live sane, balanced lives and are on vacation! Good for them.

My producer is very happy with BEHIND THE MAN’S revision, so that’s good. It casts in September and goes into rehearsal in October.

Time to put the string of bad days behind me, hope I’ve met my quota for the month, and re-focus.

Devon

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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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Monday, July 7, 2008

Monday, July 7, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Cloudy and humid

Exhausted. You may have noticed I didn’t post all weekend.

I was battling with storage all weekend. And I do mean battling. I did three trips on Saturday, and they have never been as rude and as incompetent as they were that day. In addition, they shut the intercom off DELIBERATELY because they were annoyed that I tested it (after I got locked in on Wednesday, I wanted to test it) and I was trapped in there again. I was furious. And I’m filing the appropriate paperwork with the appropriate agencies today.

Sunday morning was the final trip. We’ve gotten so used to waving at the Norwegian Dawn cruise ship as she comes in while we scoot down the West Side Highway!

So . . .one unit is empty, one unit is packed to the gills, and the stuff that’s most important to me is in the unit up here.

Last night, I went to Joe’s Pub to see one of the actors in the show perform his own music. It was so much fun! I figured he’d be good, but he was much better than I expected, which is always a good thing! His original work is terrific, and he knows how to play with an audience. And the place was packed, which is great. I’m so glad that I got to see what he does outside of the theatre! He’s off on tour soon, so this was my one shot to see his work.

And I remember when the space that’s now Joe’s Pub were a set of offices for the Public Theatre. I was in there for many a conversation. They did a nice job.

My friend and I then went over to St. Mark’s Place to Grassroots, one of our hangouts from about 20 years ago. It hasn’t changed a bit. Our waitress from Joe’s Pub ended up there, too, so we had a nice chat. It was fun.

I walked back up to Grand Central and got home after midnight. I had a bad night because the meal from the pub didn’t agree with me. Since I have a show tonight, I’m spending most of the day in bed to recover.

I did a bunch of interviews, too, over the weekend, and had a nice chat with the PR person; however, I’m getting awfully anxious about editing and cover art.

According to my astrological chart, everything squares everything else in the next few days, until the 10th, so I’m just going to try to stay quiet and not get into too much trouble.

Devon

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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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Friday, July 4, 2008

Friday, July 4, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Cloudy and humid

Happy Independence Day! May we keep the ideals of our Founding Fathers and Mothers in our hearts, and make sure corporate interests don’t buy our politicians to take them away.

Yesterday wasn’t as bad a day as I first thought – some unpleasant dealings, some disappointments, a migraine, but, once I gave myself the bulk of the day off to read a book, it got much better.

I started the day with a pretty low opinion of the human race, but it improved as the day wore on. I’m someone who doesn’t give my word lightly, but when I give it I keep it. And I expect the same from others. Especially when the “other” has spent months convincing me to trust – and then flakes out when it comes to something big. Uh-huh. No longer happens twice in my world. Buh-bye. It wasn’t even something that was that important to anyone but me – the person to whom it was promised. And, especially the way this week shook out, broken trust is a bad thing right now.

But, I’ve grown to be a big believer in loss- cutting. It’s not easy, but it’s healthy.

However, it also requires recovery time. I’m very emotionally exhausted right now, in addition to the physical exhaustion, and I need to replenish. Going back on full Broadway show schedule for the next two weeks – as wonderful as my experience with the show is – still fractures me a little bit.

The writing is not going particularly well, because I’m having focus problems. And then I get frustrated, and the focus problems get worse. I have things percolating, but I can’t seem to get them in tangible shape – it’s like the ideas are smoke and hover just out of my grasp. It will pass, but it’s icky to go through.

I’m hoping to have a decent writing day today, because it’s a holiday so the workmen aren’t here, and I’m hoping it will be relatively quiet in the building.

I did some work this morning, and I’m doing an interview that should post sometime in early August, though I’m not sure where.

Tomorrow, I’m headed back to storage (gulp), this time with the car, to remove more stuff and do more consolidation.

Have a great 4th, everyone!

Devon

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Sigh

Looks like today is going to suck just as much, in its own way, as yesterday.

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Thursday, July 3, 2008

Thursday, July 3, 2008
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Who knows?

You think it’s going to be simple: Go to storage, move around a few boxes, leave. Instead, you end up calling for help.

Yep, not only did I nearly forget I was supposed to go to storage instead of the theatre because I was writing in my head when I got off the train (fortunately, I met my boss in the train station and remembered where I was supposed to go) – I got stuck.

Storage was hot, humid, icky. In other words, same as usual. I was a filthy, sweaty mess after about an hour or so of re-arranging the unit I’m keeping and shifting boxes around.

I go to the intercom to call and let them know that I’m ready to come down. The intercom is off. Whoever was supposed to turn it on for the day . . .didn’t. So I figure, okay, in this case, I’m not actually taking anything away with me, I’ll walk down the stairs.

The doors are locked. Including the fire doors and the push-and-the-alarm-goes-off doors.

Okay. So I take out the cell phone and try to call the office.

They put me on hold.

And never get back to me. More than once.

My battery’s going, I’ve been up there for who-knows-how-long, and the elevator operator (who’s supposed to always stay in range) has wandered off somewhere. I’m trapped.

So I called the fire department. Not the emergency number, just the regular number, and apologized, but told them what was going on and that I didn’t know who else to call. They were there in ten minutes, complete with axes, very nice, and, needless to say, cited the facility for locking the fire doors. I was a sweaty, dirty, pathetic mess by the time they got there, but I was relieved. Being stuck in there has been one of my biggest fears since I rented the units. And now it’s happened and I lived through it. The dispatch guy was really nice, offered to stay on the phone with me until they arrived; I explained I wasn’t hurt or, as far as I could tell, in immediate danger – just trapped, and that I didn’t think I had enough battery power to stay on the phone, but as long as someone arrived in a half hour, forty-five minutes, I’d be fine. He promised they’d be there in ten, and they were.

It was time for a cocktail by noon.

I was upset and had a few things to say to the facility, who just gave a shrug and a kind of half-hearted apology.

Because I held my anxiety in check until I was out of there safety, it spilled out elsewhere throughout the day and just affected everything else. I was a gosh darned basket case. It’s funny in retrospect, it will be funny in a few days, but I’m not there yet. Especially since the firemen were cute and I looked about as bad as one could imagine, and I didn’t even care about that until later.

I was an exceptionally needy mess for the rest of the day. Which is silly, because it really isn’t such a big deal, but it was, if that makes any sense.

Plus, I’m anxious, because I’ve fulfilled my part of a contract, and the other party has been out of touch for close to three weeks – and the completion date is rapidly approaching. If I haven’t heard by Monday, I’m going to call. I’ve been emailing regularly and . . .no response. In my way of dealing with things, that is not the way to run a business. The internet business protocols in which I was trained say you respond within 48 hours.

And no one was available to go out and play last night, so I was an anxious needy mess all on my own.

And then I thought I would catch up on some series I enjoy, download video and watch it – only what I wanted to watch is no longer available. Two days ago, it was, but today . . .

In other words, the day just totally SUCKED.

Sometimes you just have those days.

I started work on a piece called Talent, playing with some ideas, so I guess that actually counts towards JWAT. I have no idea what it will morph into – scenes popped into my head, but I have to start before those original scenes and build to them. I’m blank-paging this instead of outlining, just trusting the characters and seeing where it takes me.

I’ve got a bunch of other writing on which to focus today, along with some correspondence that has to go out ASAP, so it’s all about juggling. The weather is supposed to be vile, so I’ll just stay home and hope for the best.

Thank goodness yesterday is done and I never have to live through it again.

Devon

(I’m actually posting this before I go to sleep on Wednesday night, because I’m hoping to sleep in tomorrow (yeah, I know, what a fantasy) and then I have things to deal with before I go online. Right now, Violet is yowling about something, and I have no doubt the cats will resume their wildebeasts thundering across the savannah impersonation come 4 AM).

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Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Wednesday, July 2, 2008
New Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Hot and sticky

Yesterday ended up being productive, although not over a spread of projects. I did the final (ha! It’s never final) revisions on BEHIND THE MAN, and got it out to my producer and two other people who wanted to read it. I made enough internal cuts to shave off about four minutes off the piece, which should make my producer happy. And it tightens the pace of the piece even more, which is good for comedy.

Because I had a truncated writing day, that was all that got done. I wandered around on the internet more than I should have, but that’s simply me mis-managing time.

I didn’t write any new material, but I read the pages I’ve written so far for THE BALTHAZAAR TREASURE. They work better than I expected, although I need to push back what I’ve now got as chapters 1 and 2 and write a new chapter one, where Gwen, Justin, and Karl are on a caper in Paris. Karl is going to cause all kinds of problems in this book! And the confidence Justin gained from being with someone like Gwen, who believes in him, will make him arrogant.

Had to withdraw from something for which I’d been booked, because it would have been an unhealthy choice to do it. Part of me just said, “Oh, tough it out”, but there was a catalyst yesterday and a line was crossed. If I let it go, I’m condoning passive-aggressive, borderline abusive behaviour by allowing it demonstrated towards me. And I chose not to. I could either have gritted my teeth and contributed to a situation that would have been a nightmare touching everyone near it, or I could cut the losses now, and suggest they find someone else who’s a better fit for the job; so I did the latter, as much as part of me whispered, “If you’re such a pro, you should be able to work with anyone.” What I hope is that I’ve learned enough not to feed negative situations. But it was still a difficult and emotional decision. I’m lucky that the person in charge is understanding and wants a situation that will work best for everyone involved.

Show was fine yesterday — there’s about to be a big transition in the cast, so people have “Leaving-itis” — alternating between being over it and mentally out of there already and not wanting to be separated from each other. This is the part of theatre that sucks — the leaving, even when people are moving on to do wonderful creative work elsewhere. But bonds backstage are formed unlike anywhere else — certainly, in a lot of ways, stronger in theatre than in film or television — and it’s hard to let go, even for the right reasons.

I won’t get much writing done today. I’m heading back into the city in this hot, sticky weather to do some rearranging in remaining storage unit, so that I can finish clearing out the one I’m releasing. I’m going in early in the day and hoping I can get a good dent in it by working steadily for an hour or two, and then heading back in the early afternoon.

My grandmother seems a bit better, so that’s good news.

Devon

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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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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Waning Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Humid and icky

Didn’t get much done yesterday, writing-wise. I felt exhausted and logey and unfocused.

Today is the first day of J-WAT. My original goal was to work on THE BALTHAZAAR TREASURE, which is the second Gwen/Justin adventure, but I have so many deadlines, I think it will be mix-and-match.

Got all mixed up, show-wise; thought I was late for my call, but was, in reality, an hour early. Sometimes, one just has one of THOSE days. Show was fun – the sound was a mess and the audience a little strange, but it was fun. Five cast members are leaving in a couple of weeks, and two shortly thereafter. It’s time for them to go on to other things, but I will miss them. I truly enjoy these people, and it’s a great atmosphere in which to work.

I have several pieces spinning in my head; some deadlined, some not. We’ll see what happens. I need to sit down with all the deadlines and prioritize. I’m starting to feel spread a little thin.

My grandmother is worse, unfortunately. Hold a good thought for her, please.

I had trouble sleeping last night, so I’m completely thrown off today.

But there’s a lot to do, and an even shorter writing day – early show tonight, so I have to leave around 3:30.

By the way, Brandy, thank you SO much for catching that typo on the website – it’s fixed, and I completely appreciate it.

Devon

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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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