Last week left a lot to be desired, let me tell you. Work was weird with two crazy ladies on separate days to be evicted. My schedule was wonky due to a training meeting at the buttcrack of dawn. All in all, this arthritic old woman has spent most of her time resting on her laurels rather than working.
That changed (for today.) I got two of the four scenes in Broken Trail altered from Lainey’s POV to Scotch’s. I have two more to go. Then seven more scenes to write to complete the novel. I’m hoping to finish it by the end of this month.
I’ve also started plugging in my Cyberpunk projects into Scrivener. There are three — the CyberEpic one I wish to revise, the Japanese one I got stuck on years ago, and a Hawaiian one I started with a friend a couple of years back. That doesn’t count the two or three other plots I have in mind for my version of the genre.
Finally caught up on my television last night. Stargate Universe and Heroes. Saw V on Wednesday (rare that I have a Wednesday off!) and enjoyed it. I’d hoped for a more drawn out premiere — a two hour one — but wasn’t disappointed with the flow or the characters. This means it probably won’t last long as a series… LOL!
Received a DVD from my father yesterday. He found some old 8mm film he’d taken (and his father had taken before that,) which he’d converted. I was able to convert it to a format I could see… Good gods! I wore a frilly, pink dress that Christmas? And the living room! It wasn’t THAT small, was it? It was fun to see my dapper young grandfather and his two little boys, too. Thanks, Dad!
Finished The Long Walk by Slavomir Rawicz. Three thousand miles on foot, through Siberia, the Gobi Desert, and the Himalayas? Whoa! The afterword states that he never saw the men who survived the trek with him again. I simply can’t imagine…
My next book is A. Lincoln by Ronald C. White, Jr.