Yep, we made it to another one, and though I’m looking forward to it, I’m looking forward to a clear-headed Comic Con a bit more, and so I will probably be breaking my “no work on the weekend” rule to try to clear my desk and thoughts for next week, and take Monday and Tuesday off instead. Honestly, I’ve been tranking on this rewrite and it’s going well, but there’s just so much one can do in a day before you really aren’t thinking straight and you have to spend the first two hours of your new day going over the last two hours of work the night before. It’s all good, though. I don’t mind working long hours to have some extended time off where I don’t have to think about anything, and that’s what CC is going to be. Par-tay!
You may have noticed that the drama box is getting later every morning, too. That’s me trying to adjust to Pacific Coast time. There is nothing more embarrassing than begging off from an 8:00 party because you are nose-down in your soup. I miss my mornings, though.
I’ve got something kind of cool for you today from last month’s excursion into RWA in New York. There were parties, and AVON, the romantic sister to my publisher at Harper, was kind enough to take me in under their wing and include me in their festivities since Harper isn’t generally a presence at a romantic conference. Short story long, I was invited out to the Boat House at Central Park to rub elbows with everyone. And of course, there were cameras. My stint is way at the end. I got there late and missed the formal taping, but that’s totally cool with me. ;-)