What’s Up Wednesday? The Last Day of Winter…


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ROCKETBORDERWhat I’m reading:

Still listening to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ by Margaret Atwood on Audible, and Escape Artist podcasts, and started listening to ‘Culture: Excession’ again, though I feel like it’s a little hard to follow on audio, sigh. Finished the Secret Circle trilogy, and I’m branching out to some new markets of short stories, reading from ‘Shimmer’ and ‘Andromeda Spaceways In-flight Magazine’, as well as catching up on Strange Horizons.

What I’m writing:

NaNoEdMo clock count: 28 and a half hours! I’ve finished my revisions on ‘Gotta Have that Look’, and started making some big changes to my Orpheus story. I haven’t given up on HTRYN and “The Angel’s Charlie,” but going through the world triage seems to be dragging on a little, sigh.

What inspires me right now:

Write-ins, the Odyssey video chat salon, and getting back to using my Alphasmart Dana on the bus.

What else I’ve been up to:

Not that much lately. Waiting for more news from Kij Johnson about whether I get into the Novel workshop at CSSF, and organizing my huge Audible collection. 🙂

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6 Responses to What’s Up Wednesday? The Last Day of Winter…

  1. Jaime Morrow says:

    I’ve never read THE HANDMAID’S TALE, but I really should. In a lot of schools here in Canada, Atwood is a sure thing on the curriculum (given that she’s Canadian), but I ended up reading another of her works. Must get to this one soon.

    I agree with you that write-ins are inspiring. I’m about to have another one tomorrow!

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  2. Carrie-Anne says:

    Good luck with getting into the novel workshop! That sounds like a fantastic opportunity.

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  3. Oh, just the name “your Orpheus story” intrigues me! Happy Writing!

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  4. WriterlySam says:

    I’ve never tried a write-in. I’d most likely run my mouth more than write, especially after consuming a 16oz cup of motivation:) Good luck with your writing goals!
    WriterlySam
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  5. Lindsey says:

    I love audiobooks. So very much. It’s sometimes the only way to keep up, as I can’t sit still and not be making or working on something for very long.

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