Saturday, 4 October 2008

The morning after the night before

The euphoria of finishing the draft of Thin Reflections has subsided (although I was chuffed to get a copy from Lulu, seeing it in book form is a blast).

It is still raining. Heavily.

I have to edit GreenWay in time for the November deadline.

I have to do a heavy rewrite of Thin Reflections (and I want to do this fairly quickly as I want to get it out to agents).

And today is the first day of A363 (and I've just read one of the readings - which I sincerely hope is meant to be an example of how to write crap and still get into print).


Papoosue said...

Good luck with the editing, rewriting and er, A363. I'm not loving it yet... but there's time, yes? :-)

Debs said...

Best of luck with the edit and rewrite.

It certainly helps me if the weather is revolting (which is certainly is today) to stay inside and write.

Graeme K Talboys said...

papoosue: Thanks. A363 is not exactly top of my favourites list at the moment, either. Still, it's early days.

debs: Awful, isn't it. Even my pen has waterwings.

Vague said...

Good luck with the edit and rewrite. And if all else fails on 363 I've seen plans for a methane generator...

Zinnia Cyclamen said...

And good luck with it all from me, too.

Graeme K Talboys said...

vague: may yet need that generator.

zinnia: thanks. It's going reasonably well at the moment.