Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Where's that book, again?

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Mmmkay, so many of you who know me have heard tell of this book that I've described as science fiction. (I hate to admit it, but I think it technically has more magic than technology in it which makes it fantasy, but I'm committed now, so I'll continue to incorrectly refer to it as science ficiton. Don't hate.) I have a manuscript. I need to revise the manuscript because it is not happy. Unfortunately, as is the way of writers, I have been dealing with some personal 'ish during the time period I should have spent the most time revising.

So, if you like what I tend to put out there and want me to keep doing it, first, thank you! Second, light a candle, say a prayer, send good juju. I need all the positive vibes I can get.

Next week is the 2018 Pikes Peak Writers Conference. I feel grossly underprepared, but I look forward to greeting all attendees as the friendly registration desk coordinator.

It has been a long 12 months since the 2017 Jubilee edition of the conference. Some key people are no longer with us. Some have moved on to another dimension and others have brought joy to the organization by exiting stage left. On a journey, it's easy to lose track of the fact that the destination is just part of it. Wherever you are, that's truly where you are, and that's what matters. Soak up the here and now, and let the path emerge.

If only the rest of my edits would magically emerge.