because I spent most of it in frantic-writer-deadline mode. That flash
story for the anthology I was going to do? Yeah, it turned into 4,000+
words, which took me a lot longer than expected. So between that and the
serial scenes, I didn’t manage to get any new words written on the NaNo
draft (hereafter referred to as “On Her Terms”, since it’s no longer
November). Dang it.
I actually haven’t read much this week, which is pretty odd for me. I’m
still working on Lori Gordon’s novella (and still enjoying it), but
that’s about it. I may have read a few more chapters on Catherine
Coulter’s Split Second too, but the book is just
so…disjointed. It’s hard to remember when I put it down, even though
the story lines are all interesting once I finally jog my memory again.
Really, there’s two really solid stories in there, and I wish they were
just two separate books, instead of all jumbled up together…
go. Productive, but in a more linear way than normal. It’s all good
though – progress is progress!
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