Passed the 100 page mark yesterday. Now lurking on page 106. The rewriting is a little bit slower here, as chapter five deals with Nikki's impregnation and abortion. Not exactly pleasant reading, or writing, or reliving.
I'm almost done with the Portland section, one more chapter to go. Katie suggested going to Portland at the end of August. That would really be fun, but I don't know if I could afford it with current finances being what they are. But to revisit these places with her, to see my sister and cousins and old friends, would be amazing.
In other news, Katie got a new tattoo. Lookin' hot, yes'm.
I have fallen into a strict rhythm of waking at seven, taking the Wellbutrin and half an Ativan, drinking coffee, and working on the book for the next 5-8 hours. Then Katie wakes up, we might socialize or plot and scheme.
In the evenings I am more relaxed, we go to readings or spend time with friends.
Here is Stephen eating ham.
There is a new project on the horizon, a reading series called featherless. There are exciting developments that I won't speak of yet.
Spring is in the air, and new projects abound.