My dear editors (bless them, and never let it be said that they do anything but a superlative job) have started getting to the end of Molran and the comments are filtering in. It’s going to be a busy rest-of-April.
 Except by me.
Adding to my work workload is a couple of other little projects, and the ongoing job-hunt. Not really stressing about it for the moment, though. What I’m mostly annoyed about is that I’ve been getting up at 04:00am for the past few days, and still don’t seem to get anything done.
I’ve been wanting to finish a bit of The First Feast for weeks now, because I think the story is just about played out and I want to move on to new stuff … but I also want to give it the attention it deserves. It’s obviously part of a much larger story (uh, hello, it’s smack-dab in the middle of The Book of Pinian and The Final Fall of Man), so it’s never going to be more than a fragment, a Lost Tale – but it still deserves a proper ending and a bit of structure.
As I was just discussing with Mr. BRKN on Facebook, I’m planning on releasing all the Final Fall of Man-related blog stories as an anthology sometime, and that will probably require some fleshing-out, additional bits and pieces, and of course some additional stories that I might not put up here at all. The stuff that’s here on the blog can be considered canon, however.
Ugh, just need to get on with it. How is it half-past midday already? I guess time flies when you’re editing buzzword-bingo docs.
I suppose I should bite the bullet and admit that I’m starting Book 7 (title withheld because spoilers), though. So I guess I’ll start the clock tomorrow.
Because what I really need in my life right now is a ticking clock!