Bite by bite

I’m nibbling away at my edits. I have most of the paper edits done, but that only puts me about halfway through what needs to be done. I have one long scene that I can only cope with on-screen because of what I want to do with it. My paper edits are extensive though, so most of those scenes will be finished as soon as I do the type-in. It’s all taking rather longer than I would like. I keep running into individual sentences that I just can’t seem to bang into shape. I want to get all the edits done tonight, so that tomorrow, all I have to do is give it a formatting once over and submit it.

And since I’m still following the Olympics with late-night dedication: at the risk of just adding to the existing cacophony of praise for them, Davis and White’s Bollywood-inspired original ice dance was awesome. I guess this is their first Olympics (I have trouble keeping track of who’s who) and for a young team, they’ve been fantastic. I hope they can take gold.

Published by Joyce Sully

Joyce Sully believes in magic and dragons and ghosts, but is not convinced her next-door neighbors are real. So she writes stories. Really, what else could she do?