Monday, Janaury 12, 2009

Monday, January 12, 2009
Waning Moon
Saturn Retrograde
Sunny and cold

So, the production problem has a solution, the solution’s been written and worried over during the weekend, and sent off first thing this morning. Is it my first choice of a way to deal with this? No. But it’s a transitional solution until a more permanent one is put into place. I should feel happy (well, okay, not happy, but calm) and relieved; instead, I feel annoyed and a little depressed. So I just need to get over myself.

I did a tiny bit of work on The Lucy Gothic yesterday, finishing Chapter Three and starting Chapter Four, but didn’t type Chapter Three yet. Instead, I spend the bulk of the day on a novel manuscript that needs to go out this week – I wanted to do one final polish and tweak the outline and synopsis a bit before I send it out. I’ll put in the changes today, re-do the outline and synopsis, and we’re good to go.

And that was my day.

I have all kinds of business to handle today. I was going to go to my friend’s place later to do laundry, but I think I’ll wait and do that tomorrow, trying to clean a few more things off my desk today.

This will be a weird week – I have a play opening and the Broadway show on which I’ve worked for the past year is closing. It will be a bit of a roller coaster.

Back to the page – lots to do and limited time.

Devon

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  1. Good luck with the Broadway show that’s opening – or should that be break a leg? Not sure what we’re meant to say when it’s the creator. And good luck with the one that’s closing too.

  2. MY show is NOT opening on Broadway — it’s opening at a local theatre in the area. Believe me, if MY show was OPENING on Broadway, there’d be posters of it all over my sites!

    But thanks for the good wishes — I hope it goes well.

  3. Roller coaster for sure! But I’m so excited for your show–you’ll have to tell me what the “hiccup” is (was?).

    Happy Writing and yes, Break a Leg!

  4. It sounds like you are certainly keeping busy. Which novel manuscript are you sending out? Is it one you have talked about before?

  5. Sounds like a busy week! Have fun. 🙂

  6. I’m glad you were able to fix the problem with your play. You must feel torn in two different emotional directions this week.
    I hope your day goes well.

  7. Hope you got through everything in once piece. Good luck with the play opening – I’m looking forward to reading rave reviews!

  8. Break a leg! It’s heartbreaking when writing solutions do not bring emotional satisfaction.


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