That means I'm out of deadlines, except the end of the year deadline for the draft of Worldwired, until I get notes back on Scardown. I'll keep you posted. *g*
It's a little like I imagine watching your kid pack for college must feel, except books are less maintenance than kids. And send money home, if you're lucky.
And on to Stratford Man. I think I found the place where the first insert scene goes. They're all Will scenes, which affects narrative balance a little, but screw it. It's supposed to be Will's book, anyway.
In sideways milestoning, this journal has just had its 200th 'friending.' Which seems like an odd sort of milestone, since I don't actually think I'm all that interesting, but apparently some of you do. Either that, or you like hot and sour soup....
This 'friend' (silly term, I think I'll call them 'fond strangers' from now on) is a little project called blog_project, which strikes me as kind of neat. It's a fellow named michaelnolan, who is apparently working on a book about blogging. Go, fond strangers. Examine, investigate. Report....
No, not really. I mean, go investigate. I don't actually need reports.
And WisCon appears to be a 'go.' I'll see some of you there.