Friday, January 23, 2009

Friday, January 23, 2009
Waning Moon
Saturn Retrograde
Cloudy and milder

The computer’s running very badly; hopefully, I can get this up before I leave.

I didn’t get much work done yesterday – a few pages on The Lucy Gothic before I went to my friend’s place to do laundry. I came back, cleaned the apartment, packed, attempted to do some work on the computer, but the computer wasn’t working properly, so, so much for that. Problems with both the internet and the regular word processing. So, if it wasn’t done in longhand . . .it wasn’t done.

I’m off to a site job in the city for a few days. Supposedly, I have internet access, but not word processing. I’m taking handwritten work with me, including the latest assignment from Confidential Job #1.

If I can, I’ll check in over the weekend; if not, I’ll be back next week.

My producer loves the rewrites on THE MATILDA MURDERS. Phew! I was worried, but then, I always am.

I re-read ASSUMPTION OF RIGHT, the draft of the romantic suspense novel I wrote over two years ago, to see if anything in there was salvageable. To my great surprise and delight, there is. It definitely needs work, but the characters are great, the details are rich, and the story, for the most part, holds together. With some work, I think it can be marketable.

I’m doing pretty well with my January To-Do List!

I did some work on The Lucy Gothic this morning. It’s pointless to delve into something composed on screen when I’ll have to put it aside for the next few days, so I went back to a handwritten piece that I will take with me.

Can I just say that our new President makes me feel like a total slacker, even on my busiest days? 😉 Fortunately, his To-Do list is far more important than mine!

Devon

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  1. Have fun in the city! And I’m glad the producer loved the story! You are such a worry-wart.
    XOXO

    😀

  2. Have a great weekend! 🙂

  3. Hope you get lots accomplished over your weekend!

  4. I hope you have a wonerful weekend! YOU make ME feel like a slacker! *G*

  5. YOU make me feel like a slacker, even on my busiest days.

    Glad there was some good stuff in the manuscript and that the producer liked the changes.

  6. Have a great weekend – see you on the other side!


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