Not to put a premature nail in its coffin, but here I am, surprised that its the last week of May. I got Pas de Chat out to a couple places this month and I’ve dinked around with the Weordan novels.
We’re about two and a half weeks out from our trip to Nebraska. I’m beginning to deal with those associated stresses. It would be a good thing to get some work done on Fuel Eaters or Divine Fire before then. Probably that later. I always intend to get some work done while in Nebraska, but it never really works. But, who knows? There’s a first time for everything.
Also a month away from Fiesta Con. The selection of lit panels looks pretty good. I hope the sections on fictional religions make the final cut. It might behoove me to read a few things:
- 1632 by Eric Flint
- The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov (I ordered this from PaperbackSwap even though my Mom probably has a copy in Omaha.)
- “Or All the Seas with Oysters” by Avram Davidson
- “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson
- Lovecraft (I own some Lovecraft, I think.)
The weather is finally catching up with me, I think. I was creaky and tired yesterday and the trend seems to be continuing. I’d like to play some disc today, but I’m not sure if that would be a good idea.