Touching Base

It’s been a busy week.

My buddy and roomie, Jenn, has been in New Orleans all week doing a big social psych conference. I’ve spent much of my time being delayed due to all the filming going on downtown for the new Batman movie. I got to sit on a train for fifteen minutes while Batman got to direct traffic – they didn’t want our El train riding through their shot. Mostly, Batman being directly in downtown has meant some blocked-off streets, and a bunch of camera boom trucks, huge lighting trucks (which I mistook for firetrucks when I saw only their front end), trailors for crew (complete with aircon, of course), and a couple of “SWAT: City of Gotham Police” trucks.

It’s been a surreal week heading through downtown for my kickboxing classes, to say the least.

I tallied up a couple more agent rejection letters (“We’ll reject your manuscript without reading a page! Don’t you love publishing!!?”)and worked on some of the never-ending rewrites for book one, as I just can’t seem to leave it alone.

In other news, gabe the agent poseur is imploding, which amuses me, the Columbine diaries are being released, idleness is one of the greatest virtues EVER, and (drumroll) my webpage is up.

Have fun.

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