Good Night and Good Luck

Had a very nice dinner out with Jenn and James & Ysa. Managed to get home before the big thunderstorm hit.

Inputting the last 60 pages of line edits of God’s War into the text. I’ll be happy when that’s done – tDW is next up for reading and line edits, then I’ll have to input those, too. I’ll be a bit writing obsessed for the next couple weeks, so they’ll be more writing-blah-blah posts than usual for a bit.

Busy, busy bee.

I’m glad spring’s almost here. This has been the longest winter ever. And I say that as someone who lived in Fairbanks for two years.

But man, I feel better than I’ve felt in a long time.

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