So this week, I somehow finished up episode 1–well, the draft anyway.
But yes, all the way to the end. I’m pleased, a little tired, and peering into episodes 2 and 3.
One down, two to go.
I have some thoughts about my pandemic year, but I think I’ll save those for a separate post.
For now, I’m going to go stretch my legs and commence with the plotting.
March is unusually mellow so far this year. We may even hit 60 degrees later today or tomorrow. I suspect we’ll get the usual mid-month basketball tournament snowfall, but for now, I’m not complaining. The sun is out, the snow is melting, and it’s nice to walk outside and not have my face hurt.
This week, I continued my longhand brainstorming and note-taking–I have pages upon pages of notes, but I think I also have the worldbuilding and structure for not only episode 1 but the rest of this season as well.
Not a lot of actual writing, but I hope to start that this week.
I also did the taxes, so there’s that, too—all in all, a fairly productive week.
Oddly enough, I’m not that tired this morning (although, ask me tomorrow how I feel …). I’ve realized I’m at the age where any time change throws me off my stride.
Spring forward? Fall back? Meh. It’s all the same to me.
I worked on a nonfiction query/article this week and did a little bit of story work. My biggest accomplishment was pulling the taxes together (I want to add “like a boss” to the end of that). Off they go to the accountant this week.
I’m also doing a bit of pre-planning for a possible Season Four of Coffee and Ghosts. We’ll see how that goes, but so far, I’m feeling optimistic.
Also? It’s going to be 60 degrees here today! In March! In Minnesota! I’m scheduling at least one walk.