whswhs (whswhs) wrote,


That's how I feel just at the moment, in an odd way. A couple of hours ago, I made the last changes to the first draft of my current book, spellchecked it, and then sent it off to Steve Jackson Games for review. And now I'm all at loose ends! I've been researching and writing and researching and writing for weeks and it seems strange to stop.

I do have some things I want to adjust in the final draft, but the most important of them requires me to do trigonometry for a couple of days. I can't propose a gamable abstraction till I figure out what I'm abstracting from.

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