More On God’s War

Working on God’s War, which helps me shift gears from the rewrites on The Dragon’s Wall. It’s the nice thing about working on two, well, three books at once: if your brain stalls on one, you can switch to the other.

Things are going to be pretty quiet here until the end of the month when I finish up my edits for The Dragon’s Wall. I’ve just got a lot of projects going on at once.

I’ve also got an application for the MFA program at Brooklyn College that I need to get out. After considering a lot of diff’t options, I’ve decided on applying to just one program and seeing what happens. It’s only two years, which would be the max amount of time I could do in NY. If I don’t get accepted, then I just do one year in NY.

We’ll see what happens. I’m holding off on the law school option for awhile. It’s still something I’m interested in, but I’m not keen on doing it in New York, and I’d like to be in New York next year, as flying in and out of there is getting exhausting for me and B, and I’d like to wake up next to B every day instead of two or three days a month.

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