The on-signing check for the Audible edition of The Tomorrow Log arrived in the mail, and, between agency fees and taxes, we get to keep (just barely) more than half of it! Go, us!
“The Wolf’s Bride” currently stands at 6,239 words. Possibly, I can bring it in under 10,000 words — a novelette rather than a novella. It’s possible that I may finish it today. I would really like to finish it today, especially considering that it’s an extra, a favor to the character, and can’t be turned loose to be read anywhere until after Carousel Seas is published (nope, no pub date yet; watch the skies).
It was cool enough this morning that Mozart sought out his floofiest blanket, under my desk, and is presently snoring like a German Shepard. Fall could start now, for all of me, but I see that we’re in for a couple days of warmish weather in the near future. *sighs*
I’ve ordered in paper books — a collection of some of Bat Masterson’s columns about local colorful folk, all of them gunfighters; a biography of Doc Holliday, and another, of Billy the Kid.
I’m also looking to download some fiction to my tablet, since Steve and I will be on the road for a few days. So! Who’s read a good book lately?