Today, Chapter XXXVIII of my life began.
After having survived past the midpoint of a year that’s really been more bad than good so far, I got to spend some time with some good friends, and had a chance to take a good look at some stuff on the horizon that makes me smile…
- I’m starting a new dayjob on July 15th. I’m working for the same uni health center, and I’ll still be pushing paper. But, as I joked to a friend today, I’ll be pushing higher-level paper at a higher pay rate!
- I just submitted my first piece of fiction for 2011 today. Given that (a) life has made it very hard to get into fiction-writing lately and (b) most of my writing time has been spent preparing for my presentation at this year’s Rod Serling Conference, I think it’s quite the accomplishment. It’s like a dam just broke. Which is good, ‘cos I got a lot more fiction planned for this year.
- In just 11 days–Readercon, where I’ll get to renew some friendships and revitalize my writing mojo like I did last year.
Y’know, things may just turn out all right.
5 thoughts on “Chapter XXXVIII”
Congratulations on the birthday, the new and better paying job and the writing.
Good luck on the submission!
@Berit – Thanks so much! Feels good to be doing what I consider to be some "real" writing again.
@Regan – I saw that you moved, but you're still in ATL, right? We gotta hang out a bit when I'm there for Dragon*con!
Congrats on the job and enjoy Readercon!
Thanks, Medeia! Congrats on your book launch! You will definitely be added to my reading queue. 🙂
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