greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,

tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow

Sirenia Digest #5 (Vol. 2, No. 4) has gone out. I do hope people are pleased with it. This was a hard one, for a number of reasons, none of which I quite feel like saying aloud. As always, comments are welcome. And it's not too late to subscribe and get this month's issue. In fact, subscribe today and you will get a free copy of the trade paperback of Silk, signed and, if you so desire, inscribed to you (or someone else). Also, on the last day of April, I'll draw one name from April's new subscribers and that person will win a signed copy of the Italian edition of ThresholdLa Soglia. Just click here, read the FAQ, and then subscribe. Thanks.

We had storms last night, and the day is grey and damp. The leaves glow, anyway.

There really isn't much to say about yesterday. I worked all afternoon on Sirenia Digest. I didn't leave the house. It's been a while since I let a whole day go by without stepping outside. Today, I have last minute layout work on Alabaster to attend to, and there are some e-mails I should answer. Beyond that, I don't know. The taxing situation, alluded to earlier, was resolved yesterday. It's much too early to say whether or not it was resolved for the best, but it has left me with work that has to be done by Monday. I need to start the Dancy vignette, too.

I don't know yet whether or not the print-run on the Alabaster limited will be extended. I'll let you know just as soon as I do.

At midnight last night I was getting ready for bed and noticed that Patton (1970) was just starting on FMC, so I was up until three a.m. And then there were strange dreams I can't now recall.
Tags: nothing in particular, sd5, work

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