Some days, Twitter, I just don’t know.
Meanwhile, for those of you who were offline this weekend…
Publishers Weekly reviewedÂ FIXEDÂ – a few months late, but they said nice enough thingsÂ (“well-crafted” and “(a) comfort-reading cozy.”)Â that we’ll forgive them. :-)
And there may have beenÂ a drive-by snippeting for the WiPÂ on Friday.
And who watched Cosmos last night? Â I was a little underwhelmed by some of it*, aware that they were starting with basics for a good reason, no matter that we already knew much of it, and still found myself moved and very much looking forward to next week… Â what say you?
I lost Saturday to an all-day writers workshop, where I did not make anyone cry but there were a few thoughtful flinches at certain moments, so I’m satisfied with that (if you come out of one of my workshops not having had a sudden Thought about your own work or process, I didn’t do my job right). Â Sunday was… Â well, when I spend all day interacting with a largeish group, I need a day to recover. Â So, yeah. Â This wasn’t the most work-productive weekend ever.
And while the loss of an hour for Daylight Savings didn’t bother me, this morning the fog over the sky is matched by a fog in my brain. Â So much to do, so few available brain cells to do it in…. *yawns, dunks head in coffee, gets on with it*
*they might have been better served by a smaller budget for computer graphics, is all I’m saying…