Really, I ought to do laundry today, which means I ought to change out of my pajamas soon. Saturday morning, I tell you. I slept eight and a half hours and I could still use a nap. I suspect this is part of being extremely peopled out, though really I had more fun yesterday and Wednesday night than I have in a long time.
This cat, by the way, purrs punitively. She's currently sitting beside me, purring as loudly as she can, and I know it's an attempt to gaslight me.
In actual work-related news, I shall be participating in a chat on Writerspace on Thursday, and there are now audio options available for those of you who would like to have Dust read to you. There's a library edition CD from Recorded Books, here (kind of pricy, but they do nice work) and you can download the same version as a sound file from Audible, here.
And, of course, the MMPB of Whiskey and Water will be available on Twelfth Night. Which I will remind you about then. And, of course, I will be appearing at Vericon on Boston on January 23, 24, and 25. If you're in the neighborhood, come see me!
I think I'm still kind of in post-novel ennui, though coffeeem and I are plugging along on "Lucky Day." Which is good, since we have to have a finished version on March 1, don't we? Ahem.
Anyway, I have three short stories piled up here waiting for me to figure out how they go--the snow dragons, the harpy story, and the cave mermaid story are all open on my desktop.