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October 1st, 2018
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Speedy September
Fall is finally here! My boss said we must have all fallen asleep for a week, this month went so fast, and I think I agree with her. But despite how crazy quick it felt, at least I managed an accomplishments list! Finished writing the short story I'd been struggling with since July, and also finished a quickie art project. Geren book 4 editing is proceeding fairly nicely--I'm up to the insanity-inducing slow check with editing software, but delighted to find that this version of the software works better than the previous. The Towners wonderful spare minivan took a trip up to Superior for three weeks to help out some of their family, but to my surprise and delight, came back right at the end of September.

Sept 13 - Second blood donation of 2018
Sept 15 - Finished writing 'The Lark and the Lion'
Sept 23 - Finished 'Where Are You?' sidebar and Twitter images
Sept 24 - Finished 'Where Are You?' wallpaper image

Pass 1 Highlight/comment potential edits & revisions COMPLETE!
Pass 2 Major edits and revisions COMPLETE!
Pass 3 Items missed in Pass 2, edit revisions COMPLETE!
Pass 4 Highlight/address bad habits and trouble spots In Progress, 62% complete
Pass 5 Verbal read-through not yet started
Pass 6 Thorough review with different font and page layout not yet started
Pass 7 Final sweeps not yet started


As for October, I've got three art projects I want to work on this fall, two of them in progress. Work has been increasingly crazy and is liable to remain that way. I'm hoping to get out to enjoy the autumn at least a little bit. I also want to wrap up pass 4 of the fourth Geren book edits...and that will bring me to pass 5, which means reading 190,000 words out loud. So that will alter my schedule quite a bit, but should provide a chance to polish 'Lark and Lion' and maybe even do a little reading for fun...

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