Back to basics

It’s such a load off my mind, Matthew’s surgery being over and whatnot. These last few weeks have been just plain Hellish.

I just found out that my work folks want me to fly back to Illinois in the middle of August for some training so I can transition to a new project. Sigh. I hate going back there. It’s so dull and ugly. But on an up note, I do get to visit some dearly missed friends.

Current tally of critiques at Critters for “When Shakko Did Not Lie”: 21. I might have a couple more trickle in before tomorrow’s deadline.

Re-write already complete. Holding off for any last-minute final commentary. It’s possible that someone might say something that I NEED to incorporate into the rewrite. Unlikely, but possible. And then off into the wide, wide world tomorrow. Good luck little story. Bon voyage.

“In the Voices of Innocents” will be up in the queue, hopefully, tomorrow. Andrew hasn’t confirmed my MPC request, dammit. Urgh. On a timeline for this one too.

6000 words into “It’s Only Springtime When She’s Gone” and in the homestretch. Last scene, probably another 500 words. Coffee needed. I think I lost control of it in the middle. I suspect I can sheer off a couple hundred words in a rewrite. We’ll see.

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2 Responses to Back to basics

  1. farshad says:

    Hey hon! I will be moving to Atlanta at the end of this month and won’t be here to meet up with you at least a day but when you first get here there Bristle Ren. Fair should still be going on and I highly recommend it.

    If you take 94 north to Milwaukee from Chicago, it is the very first exit once you enter WI. It is RIGHT on the state line and if you are going north, it is on the left hand side of the highway, though you can stop at the gas station to the right and get directions.

    I HAVE to go see it once before I go down 🙂

    • Eugie Foster says:

      Bristle Ren. Fair should still be going on and I highly recommend it.

      Thanks! I’m familiar with it, actually. I’ve only lived in Metro Atlanta for a year and a half. Before then, I was a native central Illinoisan. Me, my husband, and a slew of our friends did Bristol every year. It is indeed a way cool Ren Faire. Sadly, I won’t have time to check it out when I’m up north. I’ll be in class from 8 to 4, every day that I’m there, and I fly back on Friday (thank GAWD).

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