Last week was just really, really busy. Part of it was catching up on the previous shortened work week. It’s always fun when you’re caught up in a repetitive cycle of “hurry up and wait.” But hey, it keeps the bills paid and let’s me keep writing. Speaking of which, maybe work wasn’t the only reason last week was really full.
We got a “7 and 7”. July’s off to a great start!
- This week’s writing chain: 7 days!
- Total writing days this week: 7 days!
A change in mindset definitely helped.
— Don Pizarro (@DonP) July 7, 2021
I can’t remember the last time I had 10 complete pages that I wouldn’t be ashamed to show to an editor. Now, if I can just the last 10 pages right, I’d have something. Well, let’s see what happens in the next few days.
Not much time for book reading this week, but I added Jeffrey Ford’s latest story collection BIG DARK HOLE to the TBR list. Ford is one of those writers along with Howard Waldrop and M. Rickert who, if I see their name on a book cover with something in it that isn’t a reprint, it’s an automatic buy!
I did come across this Esquire article on Lou Diamond Phillips. It wasn’t until years after LA BAMBA (1987) that I found out Phillips has some Filipino blood. But it wasn’t until the other day when I found out that he could count the number of Filipino roles he’s played on one hand. I’m not an actor at all, but boy was this relatable content.
I don’t know this for a fact, but I bet if you dug deep into the old JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY comics you’d find all the poses that Richard E. Grant did dressed in the Classic Loki costume in the episode of LOKI called–well, I’m sure you can guess.
IN THE WILD
Nature is healing in the 607.