mazy ~ dizzy; confused; labyrinthine; convoluted
Despite last week being the first week of NaNo, I still managed to get all my blog posts written and up in a timely fashion.
And . . . that’s about all I did last week. My regular stuff and NaNo, which I won’t discuss here because it gets a post of its own tomorrow.
Just so you know, it goes against my nature to leave an empty space here.
I feel like I need to fill it up with something.
Um . . . we had some really nice weather last week . . .
Looks like this week will be pretty good too . . .
I give up.
What’s On For This Week:
Tuesday: the NaNoWriMo report for Day Eight.
Wednesday: Another hump day hunk for your viewing pleasure. ;-)
Friday: Chapter 48 of Fire. Just how imminent is the eruption? Will they have time to get to the ship? And what about Taja and Ravi?
Monday: Part 2 of the parts of speech. This week it’s the Verb.
Wednesday: Chapter 26 of Shades of Errol Flynn. Think Jessica will take Howard’s advice and stay out of trouble?
Friday: A another excerpt from my NaNo novel. If you missed the first one, you can catch it HERE. The scene includes a prime example why amateurs should never attempt cover art. I make no excuses – have a laugh on me. :-)
Also this week:
There’s a new prompt up over at Rattles Flash Fiction. You have until November 30, midnight (mountain time), to come up with your thousand words for The Old Sofa. At the Water’s Edge will be available in e-format on November 12. I’ll post the links when they become available – and in the meantime you can still find In A Dark Place at Brazen Snake Books, Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble.
You know, this whole website thing is starting to be either a minor irritation or a joke. I’m not sure which. In any case, I’m tabling the websites until after NaNo.
I have a Scribes meeting tonight, and as per usual I don’t have my 150 words written yet. Would you believe me if I told you I find that measly 150 words harder to write than a longer piece?
I may have to check my records 'cause it's been changed so many times, but I believe this thursday is the day my poetry group is meeting with a group of local high school students for a seminar. We did this last year and had lots of fun, so I expect more of the same.
And there you have it, my week ahead. What are you going to be up to this week? How’s your NaNo going?