You may well find me absent from your
blogs this week and for a good reason: not only am I preparing for the
three performances of 'Communicating Doors' (Thur-Sat), I shall also be
building and decorating the set. It's also why I'm writing this and
Wednesday's blogs on Sunday and scheduling them. I may have time to eat
occasionally, but I doubt it. Still, I need to lose weight for my
speedos in the summer. Now there's an image you can treasure.
that in mind, what have I achieved writing-wise? I've received a
rejection (YAY) from Roar and Thunder for my short story Jurors along
with some excellent feedback on it. I've added part of chapter 7 to
Apollo The Thirteenth and have decided that Mae's blossoming romance
with Ben is as much part of the story as Alan and Carla being chased
round the moon by a psycopathic war machine.
it for achievements...aside from rehearsals, sleeping and storing fat
for the coming week: or pigging out as it's more commonly known.
also promised you a competition to celebrate passing the 100 follower
mark, so here are the rules. Leave a comment on any of this week's
blogs (Mon, Wed, Fri) by midnight, Sunday 27th May (BST), and you can
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I'll hold another easy-to-enter competition when I pass 200.
If you're in the area, you can come and see me get killed twice and wear a blond wig. Ticket information can be found on our Facebook page.
Lisa Shafer is only on 62 followers, so if you all go follow her blog,
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