WIP: Still Not Done

Sunday

We had other plans for the morning, but it turned into a morning of lounging at home with the family. That was nice.

When everyone else went to a birthday party, I had the afternoon to myself, and I was able to get some good work done.

Again in the evening I ran a poker tournament, an activity that probably will be recurring every weekend now.

At night I again intended to work until done. Was I ever able to do that? In reality, I was too tired to do anything but doze through Game of Thrones (!!!) and go to sleep.

Angel of Death

 [Cover of Angel of Death: A Victor Storm Novel by T.F. Torrey] Again the finish eluded me, to my dismay. I did, however, finish the work I’ve been doing on reflowing the classes, and also the placement of the weapons for the conflicts. I only need to finish two of the conflicts, rework a few other conflicts to correctly show the new weapons, and make sure the other parts correctly reference all my final decisions. And then do the rest.

Tomorrow, I swear!

Vampires Versus Comicon

 [Cover of Vampires Versus Comicon: A Novel by T.F. Torrey] This project is really under the gun, but still not more than Zombies Versus Comicon was last year. I will need a similar awesome performance to get this done and right this year.

Definitely doable, but definitely scary.

Daily Results

  • New fiction words: ~1500
  • Scenes completed: ~3
  • Chapters completed: ~2
  • Covers completed: 0
  • New weblog words: 250

I’m feeling the heat.