This time change thing is completely fucking with my internal clock, more so than I ever remember it doing in past years. I woke up this morning and turned off my alarm, then proceeded to stare at the ceiling forlornly until my brother came in and practically threw me out of bed.
And then I started writing on Interview With A Werewolf while he made me breakfast (peanut butter pancakes!) and ended up knocking out a few thousand words. I didn’t do as much as I wanted, but that was only because I had to brainstorm and tweak the story a bit, not to mention do some research about the end of the world.
Or, rather, short story.
Well, a short story that may end up being a long story because I have this writing issue where-
Never mind. 😀
The reason I only wrote for a few hours is that I had to work on things for the last book in the Qedesha series, available for June 1 pre-order now: The Qedesha’s Handmaiden. Things like creating and preparing to submit the paperback, filling out all the x-ray information, and getting the audiobook set up with potential narrators. Etc.
After I finally hung up my writing hat for the day, Anne somehow sucked me into a marathon of Ghost Adventures on Hulu, and I even managed to sneak in a bit of Skyrim before beta-reading a little for a friend and sitting down to knock out this entry before going to bed.
And there you have it. My day in a nutshell.
Until tomorrow, my loves…
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