That’s a line from the play we’re doing “And Then There Was Nun.” Rehearsals are coming along nicely. We’ve upped them to three times a week, so my free time has gone completely bye-bye. And when I have free time, I have to run errands or get groceries and when I have free time from that, I’m playing Kingdoms of Amalur in an attempt to unwind.

Things are insane, but for some reason, I love it like this. It means that September will be here sooner and I’ll be in Paris walking around and speaking my passable French and eating pastries and wining and dining like the gods.

It also means, though, that everything novel-related is on hold. I need to work on the cover, but I don’t have the time or energy. However, I’ll be bored out of my skull after the play (although The Secret World MMO will be out the following week – yay!), so I’ll get back to it.

First thing’s first, though. I’m going to go through the Smashwords style guide and get it formatted so I can get some preview copies out there to those of you who want one. I need some reader feedback, although I’m not entirely sure how to go about things after I get feedback. I will obviously not completely re-write the novel, but if there are some things that everyone has issues with or little things people think I need to fix, I suppose I can do that and still get this thing online and for sale by August (that’s my self-imposed deadline).

I’m trying to figure out my next NaNoWriMo novel. I don’t know if I want to write the sequel (which I have a TON of ideas for) or start something new (I have a post-apocalyptic thing bumping around inside my head). I’ll probably start making notes for both and whichever seems the most doable at the time will be my pick.

Anyway, I need to keep this short and sweet as I have a mountain of work awaiting me today. And I would like to spend at least an hour on LiveMocha working on my French pronunciation. Wish me luck! No rehearsal tonight, so I might actually get caught up on my t.v. viewing, too – Game of Thrones, Lost Girl and Eureka all await me.

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