Thursday, August 2, 2007

Not enough hours in the day... do everything we need to do, and want to do. For those of you who don't know me well, I run my own graphic design business and business is very good these days. Too good. I keep track of everything on a dry-erase board and when I updated it yesterday, I counted 16 separate projects. A few of them have multiple projects within projects. And I didn't count the freebies I do, mostly for RMFW. So I think I have time to write? You betcha!

Writing for me is kind of like eating and sleeping. It's necessary for survival. I'm sure a lot of you fellow-writers feel the same way. In fact, last night I had a dream, or not exactly a dream, it was more like a vision. It's hard to describe, but when I woke up this morning, I realized a box of kittens would be in this book I'm writing. I can't imagine how that will fit into the plot of a dark UF story, but my mind is open. I'm thinking it might be one of those things that add balance to the story, or those kittens aren't especially cuddly. That's a distinct possibility. Hmm...

A friend I met at the PNWA conference blogged about some of the workshops while they were in session, and if you'd like to know more, pay Nathan a visit.

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