Looking for a Nap

So, for the past few posts, I’ve been all over the place. I’ve been happy, I’ve been sad. Mostly this week I’ve just been exhausted.

Last Tuesday I had my last day of filming for the Doctor Who spinoff I’ve been acting in all summer. It was bittersweet, because while the film shoot was a blast, I’m going to miss seeing those kids. Shameless self-promotion time here. The first episode has aired on youtube, Doctor Who: The Purging of Earth, go check it out. I’ll still be here in half an hour when you come back. I promise.

Thanksgiving was spent hanging out with friends. One of my closest friends from college came into town to escape her family for the holidays and we spent the weekend proving that we’ve never grown up… and probably never will.

In writing news, I’m attempting to read through the novel I wrote last year for NaNo. And realizing how much work it still needs. I have to decide if I want to do another round on edits for it before or after I write the sequel. We’ll see how I’m feeling once I get to the end of this read-through, I guess.

But that’s going to have to wait until after I’ve had a nap. Wake me when it’s warm.

At the age of six, Eliza was certain of two things. The first was that she had stories to tell. The second was that she had no talent for illustrating them herself. Talent or no, she still wrote and illustrated her first book, one that should be located and locked away if only to prevent her parents from embarrassing her terribly by showing it off alongside baby pictures. Now she spends her days writing stories that she isn't embarrassed to show off after a little bit of polishing.

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