Last night did not go quite as planned, in that I didn’t plan to bring my wife to the emergency room at 11:30, or to stay there waiting for doctors and lab results until 5:30 in the morning. She’s fine (aside from bruises after five attempts to draw blood) — this was a scare that thankfully started to pass after the third hour of sitting and waiting in the E.R. But neither one of us are what I’d call fully functional this morning.
So today we do random updates, ’cause it’s what my brain can handle.
Snow Queen is on schedule. I’m still planning to have the first draft finished by the end of the month. And I had a happy-dance moment last night where more pieces of the ending fell into place. I love it when that happens!
Conventions — I’ll be at ConFusion later this month (1/22 - 1/24), doing what looks like seven panels and an autographing session all on Saturday. (Including a fairy tale panel with Cat Valente and Peter Beagle — eep!) I’ve also committed to doing Millennicon in March.
Diana Pharaoh Francis is planning to kill me, and it’s AWESOME! Click over and read the excerpt from her work in progress, Crimson Wind.
And … um … yeah. That’s what I’ve got. Sleep now?
Mirrored from Jim C. Hines.