Greetings, fearless readers. I have finished the first scan-through of Darklight and written up all my notes. The hand did not like it, but the magic fiction machine is feelin' really good about where I go from here. (The magic fiction machine would be that which is my brain. I gave it a nickname in case I ever get duplicated and we get separated, it'll know who I am.) I've also figured out I have to edit 3116 words a day to finish this in October. I can handle that.
All this running around the city and airplanes and parking garages (fictionally speaking) has left me in serious need of some costume drama, so I may have a Jane Austen movie-thon this weekend, playing gently in the background whilst I edit.
In other news, I'm sure you've heard about Musa Publishing, rising from the grit and dust of Aspen Mountain and taking over the airwaves. But have you heard of the Hera Bookclub? Well now you have. I'm kind of excited, because I haven't read a lot of more modern Regency or Paranormal romance and Musa boasts a lot of them, not to mention already decent prices. If you join the book club, you get to buy the book at a discount! Which seriously removes the guilt of buying books when I'm so poor I can hardly buy toilet paper. Seriously. I'm intrigued at Marguerite Butler's book, Death by Scandal, chosen for this month. I'm probably going to buy the book about a second before the discussion begins, but it's payday that controls me, not the other way around.