Well the week off is over, I'm munched buckets of chocolate and now its back to the day job tomorrow. Sob. Hope all you bunnies had a good Easter.
I didn't forget my writing this week.
My black comedy feature "Blood, Sweat and Tears" is now renamed "Shepherd's Ruin". Feels a more appropriate title with the major changes I've made to the story. I've done about 30% of the re-write on it.
I've started on the first draft of "Rain On My Parade" my comedy drama feature. This is about 10% done.
I even started on "Life to the Full", my drama feature. This has been blocked out for quite a while but I've now got down to writing the first draft.
Forgot to say I also submitted my synopsis of my horror feature, "Valley of the Moon Dancers", into the Euroscript Competition. A while until I hear.
I wrote a short radio play. This is a spooky one. And I've been playing with ideas for my young adult novel.
Sounds a lot but what I've actually been doing is jumping from one project to the next whenever I get stuck. I do wonder whether it would be better to plough on with just a single project but I hate to do one thing at a time.
Even when I watch TV I have to be knitting or reading or writing or tapestry or anything. It's what I find hardest with long haul flights. You can't take knitting needles or sewing on the flight in case you attack the crew with a lethal purl stitch. The curse of multi-tasking.
So how is everyone's workload doing?