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March 2017



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bear by san

so I did not finish the last hundred pages last night.

I had a minor mental breakdown and drank red wine and ate dolmas and watched old TV shows and made icons, instead, and then I went to bed at 11.

I have been through something like 1400 manuscript pages of my own text in the last week or so; I guess it was only to be expected.

On the other hand, if I get these done this morning and type up the corrections for my editor, I can spend the afternoon eating grapes and goat cheese and watching Mission: Impossible and cleaning the house, and then go to the Cruxshadows concert guilt-free, assuming ice is not falling from the sky. (Rogue is allright, but I'm not dying for him.)

Oh, my god I am so sick of proofreading.

Expect intermittent whining as the morning progresses.

Oh, and the deadline for delivering Pinion has been set at April 15 for a spring 2008 release. I love the 9-month schedule from Spectra. It's a huge vote of confidence from my publishers and it makes my little heart go pitter-pat.

I wonder how long I can sustain it?


These was a reason I had to stop last night and MAKE THIS ICON.



I could take a gross of houseboys right about now. Especially if they do dishes.
hey Bear--

I tried to send you email just now and it bounced. i think you have my email address from WisCon workshop stuff; send me a good non-LJ way to contact you??


if matociquala at gmail dot com doesn't work, there is currently no other email address.
Cruxshadows, oooh, oooh.

I've really been dying to go see them in concert, but I think my oldness would be weird, in a kind of iew-old-lady sense.
The world is full of Senior Goths!
Oh, and the deadline for delivering Pinion has been set at April 15 for a spring 1008 release.

So this is the Early Medieval edition? Just curious. ;)

Best of luck with the 9-month schedule. It's brutal. Ask me know I know.

We'll see how long this lasts.

Yeah, I can't type. I like to tell people it's like Einstein's inability to do arithmetic, indicative of a larger genius.
I can't help myself from commenting - Spring 1008? ;) Damn, you're writing a book that can time travel!
Oh, shaddap. *g*
Nor-easter coming... go get you bread and milk..
Hee. BOOM!
Noreaster coming... Ieeeee!... Bread and Milk quick... salami and dvd's and wine..
It so is.

Part of the problem is that I am *bad* at it.
Writing is never an easy job - can be very exhausting, it can drain all your energies, mentally, physically and emotionally. You do deserve to relax a bit.

Best of luck, more power!

Bardo Neil Richards