Saturday, November 17, 2007

Telling the World to Shut the Hell Up

That's kind of been me this week. In recent days, I've been pulled in too many directions by too many things (mostly by my own choice, too much of it online), so I spent most of this week keeping my online time to a minimum and getting lots of ducks in a row, writing-wise and home life–wise. It was a terribly busy workweek, which has left the old guy feeling a touch of the fatigue. But it's been very productive.

I've managed to get several writing projects lined up for the coming year—although I'd hoped a couple of them would be farther along by now. Alas, no, so I still can't announce them. However, at least one, which involves a new book, looks to be shaping up nicely, so that one, at least, I'll scream and holler about in the near future, gods and monsters willing.

We're in the midst of my favorite time of year—the period from Halloween till Christmas—and Thanksgiving is shaping up to be a fine time with family. Here's hoping, and hoping for good things for all of y'all too.

Yes, I do say "y'all". Don't like it? Lump it.

2 comments:

MariAdkins said...

I say y'all too - and it absolutely drives me out of my tree to see it spelled "ya'll"; what's up with that? LOL

David Niall Wilson said...

Just so long as you don't drop into "you'ns" territory, we're cool.

I can certainly understand the many-direction-pulling madness of life. Waiting patiently to hear about that book...OH WAIT! I know about your books (lol).

Peace Out.

D