Thursday, June 21, 2012

It's Been a While...

I know it's been a while since I posted on here.  My mind has gone in about a thousand different directions since I last posted...I blinked and suddenly it had been two months since I'd written anything here.  Oops.

So here's a general idea of what's been occupying my time and attention:

  • Writing:  I've been working on a first draft of a Titanic story.  I'm determined to finish it.  Not necessarily because I think the story itself has merit, but because I've tried to write so many different Titanic stories, but never finished one.  This is something I need to do.
  • Revising: I've been continuing to revise the sequel to the novel I'm querying, and I'm also considering revising the novel I wrote the first draft of during NaNo last year.
  • Reading: So.  Much.  Reading.  But it's been fun.
  • Irish Dance: The Dublin Irish Festival in Dublin, OH is at the end of the summer.  This means my dance group is in intense rehearsal mode.  Add in that I'm planning to compete again this year...and I've been Irish dancing up a storm.
  • HPA: I'm on the Blog Team for the Harry Potter Alliance now, and I post things over there on Wednesdays and Fridays.  It's a large possibility that that has been taking most of my blogging energy.
  • LeakyCon: Okay, so I'm really not THAT preoccupied by LeakyCon yet, but it's something I'm REALLY EXCITED about.
So I've been keeping pretty busy.  But I'm going to try to keep this sucker more updated.  Or, at the very least, not go this long without posting something.

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