Word count: 45058 | Since last entry: 515 | This month: 11112 Plenty of chores today — laundry, groceries, unpacking from OryCon — and a symphony concert, but still got over 500 words written on the Jupiter story (which I’m now thinking about titling “Interview with the Photographer”) and still got to bed before midnight. I’m pleased. It’s going to be a challenge to finish the Jupiter story and chapter 5 before the next crit group meeting, with Thanksgiving in there. But I just discovered I will be out of town for the next crit group meeting, which casts a different light on things. What to do? I’m going to sleep on it.
David D. Levine is the author of Andre Norton Nebula Award winning novel Arabella of Mars, sequels Arabella and the Battle of Venus and Arabella the Traitor of Mars, and over fifty SF and fantasy stories. His story “Tk’Tk’Tk” won the Hugo, and he has been shortlisted for awards including the Hugo, Nebula, Campbell, and Sturgeon. Stories have appeared in Asimov’s, Analog, Clarkesworld, F&SF, Tor.com, numerous Year’s Best anthologies, and his award-winning collection Space Magic.