Friday, September 30, 2005

Sept. 30 Part II

Forgot to mention: Desmond on Lost is the actor I hoped – Henry Ian Cusick. Our paths crossed in both Edinburgh and other parts of the UK while we both did theatre work. I’m thrilled that he’s gotten this break – he can take a mediocre piece and run with it, making it better, and he absolutely shines in good work.

Now, if they’ll just improve this season and use him to his full potential. Let me tell you, Lost is on the verge of losing me as a viewer. They are copping out, in my opinion and not fulfilling their promises to the viewers. Not to this viewer, anyway.

Friday, September 30, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Sunny and chilly

Thanks so much for all the good wishes. My mother had a good day yesterday and is having a tougher day today. But at least I can be with her full-time all weekend.

Running three households – hers, mine, and the one where she’s dog-sitting – is a challenge. I’m a little tired, but coping. Needless to say, the cats are P.O’d that I’m not around much. And the dog is delighted whenever I throw the ball for him. Difference between cats and dogs, right there. I put up with ever so much from cats that I would never tolerate in a human.

Did my day work yesterday. Everyone was happy to see me and wanted to know how they could help, etc., which was very nice. But I felt completely disconnected from the work, which is not a good feeling. I enjoy the people, but I feel as though the work is from a different life. It’s an odd sort of disconnect. I’m sure worry and exhaustion have a lot to do with it.

I did some work on Never Too Late. And I’m hunting for a new title. I re-sent some of the calendar pieces that didn’t go through. I’m hoping that I can sit and write a good deal over the weekend on both NTL and Imaginative Powers. Circadian Poems is on schedule for Monday, tomorrow I can sign up for NaNoWriMo, and I got the movie. I’ll be doing it sporadically throughout October, and, once I’m able to say more about it, I will. Actually, it’s a TV pilot, not a movie, but I’ll fill in the details once I get them. The dates seem to be morphing from day to day, so there’s no telling which dates I’ll be shooting once we start in the second week of October. I think it will be both a good experience AND good money.

I’m working up proposals for my subscribers from the serials, since we are in a state of suspended animation (as opposed to suspended disbelief) with them. As soon as I have more information, I will post an address where subscribers can contact me to find out the status of each serial and how their subscription can be fulfilled. I suspect that some of the paid subscriptions have not been fulfilled, and I want to make sure that happens, and then take it from there.

My author copies of the 2006 Almanac and Calendar arrived. They’re so lovely! I’m Miss November in 2006 – and I’ll be Miss February in 2007. Eventually, I’ll have done each month (I was Miss September this year).

One of the cats just tried to jump up and then realized another cat was sitting in the spot, so she tried to re-navigate in mid-leap. It didn’t quite work. And now she’s both mad AND embarrassed.


Back to attempted competence in the running of households. For a brief, shining moment, I thought the other day that it’s situations like this where marriage can come in handy. Then, I realized that, in a family crisis, 98% of my married friends end up having to carry the partner through it as well as handling everything else, instead of the partner sharing it. So I think I’m doing better with the support system I have set up. My S.O. feels horribly guilty that he can’t drop work and come back, but that’s the way it goes. And we’re coping. I’m lucky. I have built a great group of friends over the years and we do things for each other. I managed to get out of most of the one-way friendships after my own serious illness in my twenties. Good move.

Devon

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Thursday, September 29, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Humid and rainy


Thanks so much for all the good wishes. The support really helps.

Just a quick check-in and update. My mom is as comfortable as can be expected. I took off from the show on Tuesday, but will go in today – someone is staying with her. I came home yesterday to take care of the cats and submit some calendar pieces – and, of course, the emails were bouncing back! But some of them got through and my editor told me not to worry – we’ll get it all sorted out.

Things are still on track for Monday’s Circadian launch.

I’m going in to the show today. A friend of mine is staying with my mom. He just happens to be in NY for a few months, instead of in California, and happened to call yesterday. When I told him what happened, he came right out. He took over nursing for a few hours so I could get some sleep – I hadn’t done more than doze since the accident happened on Monday.

I’m looking after the dog my mom was taking care of when the accident happened, so I’m commuting between dog and cats, and trying to get some writing done in between the icing and the medications and the doctor appointments. Next week’s schedule is all sorted out – I’ll go back to work, but will probably still be only online sporadically.

My mom’s doing a bit better, but the orthopedist isn’t sure how much will heal, since she is past 80. Heck, I’m half that, and I lost 20% of usage when I dislocated my shoulder five years ago – and that was AFTER 18 months of PT. But I’ve reclaimed some more since then. We’ll take it step by step. In a few weeks, I want to take her to the acupuncturist who helped me so much.

I heard through other serial authors that KIC is now suspended until November 1. My contracts on everything except Charlotte are up as of October 2. Watch this blog and my website for more details on what’s going on, especially if you’re a subscriber. Once I get some legalities sorted out, I’ll have information for you.

I do enjoy walking the dog at 6 AM along the shoreline. He’s really very sweet, and we take about a 30 minute walk as the sun comes up.

Very disappointed in last night’s episode of Lost. The creators are messing with the audience. There were too many refrains from last week’s episode – we watched it, guys, we get it. The device was used awkwardly, and the writing wasn’t as sharp as usual. Last week’s episode and this week’s should have been a single, tight piece, not dragged out the way they were. You didn’t create suspense for me, guys, you got on my nerves. Haven’t had a chance to look up the info on the actor playing Desmond – like I said, if he is who I think he is, we are in for a hell of a lot of fun. I’d love to see him spar with Kate some more. Saw the preview for next week – figures Kate gets her hands on the weapon!

Off to try to get some more work out to editors before running for the train.

Devon


Imaginative Powers -- 19,750 words
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19 / 90
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Never Too Late – 28,250 words
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Periwinkle – 16,344 words
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16 / 80
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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

My mom has a dislocated shoulder and a few broken teeth, but is relatively okay. I'll be away from the computer (no computer access where we are) for the most part in the next few days, but will try to hop on and give updates occassionally.

The good thoughts are much appreciated.

Thank you!

Monday, September 26, 2005

I just got a call. My mother had an accident and is on her way to the hospital. I'm getting a ride from a neighbor (she had my car) to meet her there. Think good thoughts for us.

Since I have no doubt that it will take me until January to figure these out, I'm posting them now. I will post my answers after the beginning of the year:


Goals, Dreams, and Resolution Questions for 2006

1. Take some time and look back at 2005. Write a few summary paragraphs (NOT A LIST) to evaluate the year.

2. What achievement left you proudest last year?

3. What were your disappointments?

4. What did you choose to remove from the list?

5. What do you wish you had done differently?

6. How did your goals for the year evolve and change over the course of it, and what were the unexpected experiences?

7. What was the best unexpected thing to happen in your year?

8. Looking ahead, what are your goals for 2006?

9. What steps do you plan to get you there?

10. What are your dreams for 2006?

11. What steps will you take to bring you closer to them?

12. What are your resolutions for 2006?

13. How do you plan to get there?

14. What changes has the last year brought to your long-term plan?

15. Where would you like to be one year from now?

Monday, September 26, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Rainy, warm, humid

We’re set to get the remnants of Rita today, with minor flooding predicted. Car is safely to higher ground, supplies are in, and, if it looks like the power’s going to go off, I’ll fill the tub and all the pots and pans with water. So we’re all set.

Of course, we’re expecting a hurricane, and the idiots with leaf blowers are out there. The other day, the guy pointed his leaf blower at a pile of leaves less than a foot high for six hours. Didn’t do a damn thing except make noise, pollute the air and waste fuel. Disgusting.

I can feel the Mars retrograde pulling, even though it doesn’t officially turn for another week. Mars retrograde is about turning inward, rather than working outward (which, considering what a busy, extroverted month October will be, will be difficult). It also shows you who your friends are. Should be interesting.

Event last night was fine. Piece went over well. I was worried that I had sharpened my ideological knives to too fine a point, but I think I could have gone farther. I still have a problem with professional charity goers who spend more on the outfit to attend an event than they give to the cause.

Worked on quite a few calendar pieces yesterday. I have half of them done. Will spend more time on them today – I want to have most of them done by the end of the day, so it’s just a few straggly ones to worry about; and then I want to polish and start sending them on Wednesday. I love working on them. You can find out some wacky stuff about this history of a day.

Worked on both Imaginative Powers and Never Too Late yesterday – seven pages on the former, five and a half on the latter. So they’re moving along nicely. Did a good chunk of work on the non-fiction proposal. The proposal is short and succinct. There’s no reason to send 20 pages when I can give them everything they need in order to make a decision in 5.

When I got home, I watched tape of the premieres of West Wing and Grey’s Anatomy, both of which were excellent. I actually clapped at the end of West Wing. I managed to watch the tape of the Lost premiere – mixed feelings. Some really great stuff. I have to check and see if the actor playing the guy in the hatch is who I think he is – if he is, we’re in for a good ride – excellent actor, and full of surprises.

The press release is up for the launch of Circadian Poems – you can read it here:

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/9/prweb289569.php

Off to get some writing done.

I’m not going to stress about NTL’s title. The right title will come at the right time. And I have to come up with an idea for the whole series. Let it percolate.

Devon


Imaginative Powers – 18,500 words
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18 / 90
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Never Too Late – 24,625 words
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24 / 90
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Periwinkle -- 16,344 words
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16 / 80
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Sunday, September 25, 2005

Sunday, September 25, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Cool and cloudy

Today is the day the serials are supposed to resume, but, of course, we’ve not heard anything. One would think that, if everything was back on schedule, we would have been dropped a note, by, say, Friday, letting us know that all was as planned. If anything further is attempted, no doubt we will get frantic and scolding notes demanding misplaced work at midnight tonight.

Didn’t get a lick of writing done yesterday. Went to my friend’s place; played with the dogs. And they demanded a lot of playtime. Nothing like a 150 pound hound who thinks he’s a lap dog.

My friend has a magnificent kitchen, but doesn’t cook (“it came with the house,” he says lamely – uh, yeah, in this day and age, one hopes one’s kitchen comes with the house), so I roasted a chicken with herbed stuffing, we had potato salad and a mixed green/tomato salad with smoked tomato dressing, and a nice bottle of some wine I’d never heard of, but was good.

Came home and was too darned tired to do anything. I have pain in both shoulders and in the muscles stretched between them, front and back – I’m trying to figure out why, and how to fix it. I’m pretty sure it’s muscular rather than skeletal, which is an easier fix, but I have to find the right pressure point to release the tightened muscles. Hot packs, tiger balm, arnica cream, and valerian aren’t doing it. I’m hoping a good long session of yoga stretches, especially focusing on backbend-type movement will help. I might try some ice, but usually heat works better for me.

Did manage to do some work on 13 Journals and Kemmyrk yesterday. Today, I need to focus on the short calendar articles, and then it’s off to the upstate benefit for a quick rehearsal and then the performance.

I got an idea for a new piece today from a newspaper article. I clipped the article while I thought of it, and set it up in a new folder. I made a few notes and, when it is this piece’s turn to be written, the info is there. However, it does have to wait its turn.

Trying to find a new title for Never Too Late. That title encompasses an important theme of the book which is tied to evil flourishing in the banal and apathetic, but it makes it sound more like a romance novel than what it really is.

Did some work on a non-fiction proposal I’d hoped to finish months ago and gotten stuck on. It’s almost there. I need to research a bit more of the background material for it, write up a budget, and then start submissions. Because it’s an anthology-type piece, with each contributor being paid separately and then the royalties going to charity, it has to be set up a bit differently than a “normal” non-fiction proposal. And I need to figure out what sort of flat fee to budget in for myself as the editor/founder of the project.

The press release went out for the Circadian Poems launch, and the query letter is almost done for the round table interview.

Who has time for serials, with all this other stuff going on?

I know it’s not yet October, but my Halloween decorations are getting restless and want to come out of their boxes – ignoring the fact, of course, that some of them were still out in June because I couldn’t remember where I’d put them.

Let’s hope I have a productive day.

Devon

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Saturday, September 24, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Sunny and cool

Hurricane Rita downgraded to a Category 2 at the time of this post; however, it’s still pretty bad, and it will be awhile before we know how much damage it cost. I’m hoping that it’s not as bad as they feared. It seems that Houston was spared the worst of it, although Beaumont was hit pretty hard.

Of course, the oil companies are gleefully rubbing their hands together with plans to push the price of gas up to at least $4 a gallon and probably $5 a gallon. Publicly, they’re moaning and crying and tearing their hair, but it’s all acting.

The refineries in the path of Rita constitute between 25-30% of the nation’s refineries, depending upon the source. The ones disabled by the last hurricane – some of which are back in production – constitute 8%. At the top of the line, that means 38% of our oil production. More than a third, but less than half.

We’re talking about companies that made multi-BILLION dollar profits last year. The money went into the pockets of their executives, which it doesn’t need to do.

Congress needs to pass legislation immediately – yes, get off your asses and go in to work on a Saturday – freezing gas prices at $3 a gallon.

To get production back up, start running the refineries in the rest of the country 24 hours a day, and take displaced workers from the Gulf region and put them to work there. That way, they’re still making a living and rebuilding their lives, and you get production up. Every few days, shut down one terminal or so for maintenance, because you need to make sure everything is running smoothly so you don’t have a major equipment failure.

Cut executive and CEO salaries. No one NEEDS to make six figures and have seven figure bonuses. No bonuses this year. Cut print and television advertising (which runs into the millions of dollars) for a few months, until everything is back online the way it should be.

Take a portion of the billion dollar surpluses from the previous years and put it back into the company, instead of into executive and political pockets.

Don’t use lobbyists until the crisis is over – and then make sure the lobbyists point out the sacrifices made by the oil companies to keep the country running at a time when millions of people were thrown out of work and hundreds of thousands were homeless. Making it work for the people of the country will give the companies a profit three years from now. Of course, the greedy sons of bitches want it three weeks from now, and the President will allow them to screw the population as much as they want.

So write your Senators and Representatives TODAY and make your voice heard.

The way Fox News is spinning the evacuation – calling it a success – they’re on WHAT kind of Happy Pill? Unbelievable. Even the Daily News today said (paraphrasing), oh, sorry these people were inconvenienced, but what do you expect when lots of people flee?

I expect an organized plan with the support set up along the route to make it work. Anything less is a colossal failure and unacceptable.

And, of course, New Orleans is filling with water again. It’s just heartbreaking.

My writing gig for today was postponed to next week, so no museum for me today. That’s fine, I need the rest. I’m still trying to figure out if I should do some work on the serials “just in case” or wait until I know something one way or the other tomorrow. Of course, we might not hear tomorrow. And, since we weren’t paid for September, technically, the contract is already broken anyway. AND – for 3 out of 4 – my contract ends Oct. 2.

My editor liked the curry article—good, because by the time I sent it, I couldn’t look at it anymore.

I wanted to join the Poets Against War contingent at the March in Washington today, but I only found out they were going yesterday, and, without them sponsoring busses down there, I couldn’t get it together to go today. I simply can’t afford the gas to drive to and from Washington today, and the trains are running strangely again.

Also, I think today is an inappropriate day to have the march. Granted, it’s a gorgeous day and good for walking. However, in light of the fact that Rita is still battering the coast, to me, it feels disrespectful. Just because the government disrespects the citizens of this country doesn’t mean those working for change need to respond in the same way.

The Smirking Slug talked himself into a corner the other day, saying that to pull quickly out of Iraq now would be to repeat the mistakes leading up to 9/11. So now he’s admitting mistakes? The mistakes he refused to discuss with the 9/11 Commission? And, at the top of that list, would the biggest mistake be the way his father handled Desert Storm? That is really the root of our problem in Iraq. Bush Sr.’s poor judgment back in Desert Storm.

I put a polish on the piece for tomorrow’s benefit upstate and shot it off. That should be an, um, interesting experience. I’m sorry to miss the benefit at the show (it’s been getting some good television coverage), but these guys booked me first and it’s a unique opportunity.

Finished Going Postal, which is so amazingly relevant to modern corporate politics, and started Thud!, Pratchett’s most recent release.

Did about six pages on Never Too Late last night. Really need to change that title.

I am Title Deficient right now when it comes to this piece Or is it Title Challenged? I guess I need to be patient and let the title reveal itself when it’s ready, sort of like it does for each chapter.

Two loads of laundry done, and cats sitting on top of the warm, fresh laundry because I didn’t put it away immediately.

Need to get some work done, and then I’m going to go visit a friend and get some writing done on the deck overlooking the water.

And it might be a good idea to clean off my desk, as I can barely see the bottom part of the computer screen.

I created a new set of GDR questions for 2006 – building on what we started in 2005. No point in asking yourself the same questions over and over, is there? I’m going to post them in a day or two. It’s going to take me three months to figure them out.

Oh, and a cat just pulled the cell phone off the table by its charger cord. Guess I should go over and make sure it’s still working.

Devon


Imaginative Powers -- 16,750 words
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16 / 90
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Never Too Late – 23,250 words
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23 / 90
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Periwinkle – 16,344 words
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16 / 80
(20.0%)

Friday, September 23, 2005

Friday, September 23, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Hot and humid

I have a shot at working on a movie. Not as a writer, but in wardrobe. A friend called yesterday and asked if I wanted to/was available to come in and do some days working background. So, I shot over my resume, and we’ll see. If I’m the right person for the job, I’ll work about eight days scattered throughout October; if I’m not – oh, well.

It would be a fresh challenge, and I’m ready for that. I haven’t been on a film set in quite a few years.

I also had to re-do my wardrobe resume. I haven’t updated it in over a year – and it certainly needed updating. People have simply been calling me in to work, and, since I’m transitioning out of the business anyway, I hadn’t bothered to keep it up to date.

Not a smart move. Learn from me – keep your CV and resume updated! Every time you get a new credit, put in the changes and hit “save”!

As I walked from the train station to the theatre yesterday, I figured out a good sequence for Never Too Late (really need to change the title). It will be a good action sequence, but it will also reveal some important information about the main characters – and bring them face to face with one of the antagonists. Hey, the way one responds under stress says a lot, okay? Not only that, I realized that this book is the perfect one to dedicate to the friend who died in a motorcycle accident a few weeks ago. He feels very present to me these last weeks.

Day work was fine. Cast moves happening all over the place, with people shifting amongst the three companies.

My friend Gayle’s work is featured in the new issue of More magazine. She’s a top-notch custom knitter. I can’t wait to pick up the magazine on my way home tonight.

Worked on the damn curry article some more. I’ve hit the correct, appropriately light-hearted tone. Now I have tore arrange the information so it’s both interesting and informative. And it has to be polished and out in the next hour.

I got distracted by one research site – Project Gutenberg. I could have downloaded one of the manuscripts from 1390 to which I refer in the article – and then I would still be up, reading it. I may just have to do it in the future.

Visit the site – it’s definitely worth it.

I have to finish the press release for Circadian Poems and get that out this weekend – a week from Monday is the big launch!

I may cough up some issues of serials this weekend, just to cover myself if things do start up again on Sept. 25. I’m not going to have time to write them in Oct. or Nov. So I better push through this week and see how much I can get done. I figured I can wrap up Angel Hunt in the next month and change. Then it will just be Widow’s Chamber, which needs about forty more episodes, and Charlotte, which is contracted until January.

Of course, I’ve been trying to renegotiate the three contracts that are up on October 2 for six weeks and being ignored, so, other than Charlotte, it all could be moot as of October 2. No contract, no episodes.

I’m reading Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal. It’s BRILLIANT. He writes the smartest, funniest books ever. He is THE most brilliant social satirist of our time.

Speaking of social issues, the government on every level failed the people of Houston. Big surprise – not. Those poor people were stuck in traffic for twelve to thirteen hours, no bathrooms, running out of gas. Now, the po-faced GOP supporters will say, “well, what are we supposed to do? There was a lot of traffic!”

Having driven in Houston, on a good day, the traffic is crap.

That is why you have the National Guard and FEMA – to keep the traffic moving. There is no reason for it to stop for 12 hours. There was no reason to allow people to run out of gas WHEN THEY ARE DOING AS THEY WERE INSTRUCTED BY THEIR GOVERNMENT and trying to get out.

If you are going to GIVE an order to a million people, you DAMN WELL BETTER be able to handle it. And you do it by emptying the region on a grid system, section by section, KEEPING THE TRAFFIC MOVING, to make sure that the highways don’t turn into parking lots. Jeez, even I know how to run the logistics of this – you’d think the people who are PAID could be bothered.

So now, the people who had to abandon their cars on the roads because there’s no gas – and, god forbid that the agencies who promised to bring in tanker trucks to actually refill cars on the road did so – will lose them in the storm. In addition to the fact that there was no way to get back home. How much do you want to bet the insurance companies will refuse to pay?

The poor, as usual, were left to die. People who were not allowed out of work arrived at check cashing facilities Thursday afternoon to find the facilities had evacuated. So they have no money and no way out.

Your tax dollars at work, boys and girls.

And yes, those of you who say, “Do you think you could do a better job?” – I have this to say to you – PUT ME IN CHARGE. Several dozen heads will roll (and placed on the iron spikes on the gate surrounding the building as a reminder), but yes, I could not only figure out the logistics to move a million people to safety, I could put it into practice. That’s not ego – that’s called capability. And it’s called giving a damn about my fellow humans, something that is sorely lacking in this government on every level.

Oh, the politicians talk a good game about “humanity” in the general, theoretical sense. But when it comes down to handling the nuts and bolts to make people’s lives livable or to actually keep them alive, they can’t be bothered as long as they have their fancy cars and big houses and expense accounts.

I just shake my head and rework my own plan to keep my family safe.

Back to curry (sorry, Colin).

Devon

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Thursday, September 22, 2005
Waning Moon
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Fall Equinox/Mabon
Sunny and pleasant

We were all glued to the televisions backstage last night, watching the Jet Blue flight with its damaged landing gear. Whoever wasn’t onstage or in the middle of a quick change was posted by a monitor and tossing out information into the booths. I’m so glad everyone was okay – and they didn’t even need to use the foam! The pilot was amazing.

I haven’t seen the news last night or this morning as far as Hurricane Rita, but the Houston Aeros hockey team sent me an email telling me that their game and fundraiser has been postponed, and the office closed Wed. afternoon and won’t reopen until Monday. Not that I was going to make the game anyway, but . . .:)

The people from New Orleans staying in Houston who are now evacuated to Arkansas must be in such turmoil!

I hope the Hurricane wears itself out quickly.

Shows were fine yesterday. Relatively smooth. I mean, it’s live theatre, so something’s going on all the time. That’s what makes it interesting. People are gearing up for Sunday night’s benefit.

I’m at a different benefit on Sunday, for which I wrote a private commission for a fund-raising dinner upstate. I signed a confidentiality agreement, so I can’t discuss it in detail, but I like the piece I wrote, and I’m looking forward to seeing it performed and the whole private commission thing makes me feel like I’m from a different century. It all happened pretty quickly – good thing I can write on my feet. And let’s just say that, unlike so many of the benefits that are light on criticizing the response – I am not pulling any punches. But it’s also full of very, very dark humour.

Managed to get a few pages of Never Too Late. I really need to come up with a better title. Couldn’t get much done, unfortunately. Did some work on the curry article – still not where I want it, and it needs to be done by tomorrow. I need to work on it this morning before I go to the theatre, and I just don’t feel like it. I better get over the feeling darn quickly.

I feel like I could sleep for a week. That’s the problem with working shows. Living in a state of perpetual exhaustion. If I do work full-time in the month of November, I’ll have to figure out how to balance the exhaustion with NaNoWriMo.

I looked over the outline for the piece I want to do during that month, and came up with a working title: The Fix-It Girl.

Colin, after tomorrow, you won’t have to read about curry every day, and maybe the hunger pangs will stop!

Devon
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Imaginative Powers --16,500 words
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16 / 90
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Never Too Late – 21,750 words
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21 / 90
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Periwinkle – 16,344 words
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16 / 80
(20.0%)