This week has tested me in ways I really don’t feel like ruminating on so I’ll be talking about techno of dubious quality instead. Continue reading
Graduate school work is over. Say, WHAT?
Holidays interrupted the not-hating things. Got some reading done, got lots of graduate school done.
Sent Thieves Project to some friends and buddies to beta read. It’s going to be weird to be going on break again. Oh wait, it’s NaNoWriMo. I should get back on that.
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) kicked off this week and I’m off to a great start. It’s hard to get into that “get the words on the page” mode, but this is a good way to force me to get over it.
This week has been really positive for me. Been pushing forward professionally, personally, and have gotten some great feedback on my work in progress.
I almost didn’t even want to post today because today has been massively difficult. But here I am anyway. There’s got to be one good thing, right?
Part 1 of edits is underway and I had a video interview for a job this week. Things are kind of falling into place.
Week one of editing is off to a start. I’m three chapters in and the story still holds up. I was worried I would start that spiral of loathing my own work, but not so.
There was a reason for the delay in posting: I finished Thieves Project last night and didn’t want to do an update until it was done. It’s exciting, freeing, and a little scary.