I skipped writing yesterday, and was rewarded for it by meeting sasha_feather and were_duck, catching up with matt_betts, and seeing Kage Baker, Patrick Rothfuss, and Sarah Monette. That's right, I'm talking about OddCon. Totally worth the writing skippage; that's my story, and I'm sticking to it. The day after being wiped-out sick, I used up all of my reaccumulated energy by simply sitting through a few panels and an awesome reading by Kage Baker, but I slept well last night and am now back to my typically energetic state of being.
70 Days of Sweat, Day Thirty-Six and Thirty-Seven: 1000 words.
Total: 30,100 words.
Current short story ("Healing Stone Springs"): 3,700 words.
In other news: Do you know that I have never read anything by George R. R. Martin? I know almost nothing about his writing. Given what you (any of you reading along) have gathered about reading preferences, do you think I would like his books? If so, or not, why?