And not a celebration of Jon, either.
Just as a Lannister always pays his debts, there’s a phrase that another family keeps on saying. But, I didn’t want to believe it, especially in Vancouver.
Considering it’s almost March, and last week was surprisingly warmish in the double digits with sunshine, I’m not surprised the entire city is covered in a blanket of snow that continues to thicken.
Plenty of coursework and WIP writing this week. I also had another French exam. All’s well in Whoville.
Aside from some progress on Aaralyn’s Song, the majority of my writing had to do with a couple of contests I’m working on. One is the first fifteen pages of an original screenplay based on a provided logline. The other is a television spec script. One is due at the end of the week, the other at the end of March. It’s a nice creative break from my WIP that helps keep the gears in my head spinning.
This week, I’ve got two galleys and a beta read for an author’s craft book. I also have six entries to judge for the Sandys that I’ll be reading in the coming weeks. They need to be finished by mid-March.
I need to get my posts drafted for March Madness. While they’re not drafted yet as I’d hoped, at least I planned them, semi-mapped them out. As long as I stay ahead of the deadlines, I should be alright.
I’ve got some info sessions to attend this week along with ocular inspections of prospective schools when the weather clears up. I aim to keep myself busy throughout the year.
Now, for some hot cocoa.