Yesterday, I began a new piece for Sirenia Digest #91, titled "Study for The Witch House." I did 1,008 words. It's something I thought I'd never do, having finished The Drowning Girl and "Random Thoughts Before a Fatal Crash," another Albert Perrault story. I would say that this really will be the last, but...why fucking bother. The story also touches on the "Dandridge Cycle," which is just weird.
At least I seem to be making up for the drought of the summer. A little.
Look! Still no hurricanes. Two more days and we'll break the record for the latest first Atlantic hurricane since the beginning of the satellite era of hurricane detection. I am, by the way, seeing conflicting dates for the beginning of the "satellite era" of detection. But it's been awhile, regardless.