Submitting, writing, editing, reading, writing, teaching …

…not necessarily in that order.

First things, while you’re here, be sure to check out the first Infamous Scribbler guest post ever, namely Jim Reader’s Putting a Little Realism in Your Fantasy.

Also, my newest interview is up, this one a Conversation with Dominique Goodall. Check out what she has to say about writing fantasy, wolves, and the combination of both!

In the meantime, I find myself directing most of my writing talents toward projects for work. I’m churning out orders, PowerPoint presentations, and rehearsal scripts like nobody’s business. At the same time, my creative writing is on somewhat of a hiatus. I’m giving myself permission not to worry about writing, at least not until July, when I’m going to finish one of my novel WIPs as part of Camp NaNo.

In July, I will also be editing “Cold Run,” which is the urban fantasy/secret agent novel I plan on querying this fall. (Truth to tell, I already sent out one query letter, but haven’t heard anything back, which I figure is a sign I need to actually edit the thing and come up with a query plan. We’ll see.)

Last but not least, I submitted three poems to a local theater project that a friend posted about on the Writers Helping Writers page. I don’t really consider myself a poet, but every once in a while I write poetry, and so we’ll see if they like it enough to include in a production. If they do, that would be very cool. If not, well, it’s not like I haven’t been rejected before.

Well, other than that, not much is going on. I’ve got to look at a student’s paper and finish drafting this PowerPoint. Back to work!!

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