Definitely owe INK a dollar, and considering Radcon, that'll be another dollar because I'm not going to get a sub in by next Monday either. Might as well pay up now. But hey, after Radcon I'll be home free for quite a while. With two day jobs days of work a week, three max, and the fact that lately my schedule has been arranged so that the workdays are consecutive, I'll have a lot more free time to get writing projects done. I'm really, really looking forward to that. Radcon has become my Thunderdome, and all I want to do is get beyond it (she said, dating herself yet again.) I'm sure once I get there, though, I'll have such a blast that I'll forget all about these silly things called deadlines and goals, at least for a while.
Sunday, February 10, 2008
My brain is looking for escape routes. Yesterday I wanted to write on anything except what I was supposed to. Last night I even came up with a new story idea. This morning I came up with more ideas--luckily one was for Masks--but the primary idea was for a project that has been on a backburner and will probably stay there for a long time. I can blame my heavy schedule for this bout of escapism, but that would be just an excuse. I know how to kick this. Write anyway.