First up, thanks to Dolores DeGiacomo for the interview yesterday. For those of you that didn't get the chance to hear it live, you can listen to the podcast. It's half an hour long and is about my life, my past, my future and my writing.
Secondly, I've nearly finished the short story for this month's Write1Sub1. I'll have it done by the end of the week and hopefully submitted somewhere by the Sunday.
Thirdly, my drama group have decided on the play for May: Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn. It's a time travelling comedy/thriller and I will probably play the baddy...again. Mwahahahahahahahahaha.
Fourthly, I've finished March's column for Writing Raw and emailed it off.
The two novels and play have been on standby as I haven't felt able to add to them, but they will have new material by next Monday, a promise you can hold me to. If I don't...well, you can decide the punishment.
Finally, here's an interesting snippet of information that came from a book I have just finished reading.
"The human brain emanates electronic impulses at very low frequencies: similar to, but far weaker than, the radio waves used to communicate with submarines." (Alan Weisman, The World Without Us, p274)
Now that is something that can be used as a scientific basis for mind-reading, thought transference, the force or anything else similar. It also adds to the growing body of evidence that the human body is capable of so much more than we can imagine, let alone know. I wonder what else we will discover in the coming decades?
See you Wednesday.