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).

6 comments:

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.