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2011-11-14 8:05 AM
This Monday Thing
When you work for yourself, the days of the work week are typically a blur. It doesn't really matter what day of the week it is; time is dictated by deadlines and there are no such things as weekends or days off. Still, Monday retains its distinct flavor no matter what.
Monday and I don't really get along.
I'm not sure why that is. Maybe it's because I never know what's up its sleeve. Because Monday can be a tricksy bugger.
This Monday will include a trip into the Out in order to ship the first bunch of autographed copies of "Athena's Promise". Then it's back to the desk for some editing on an ongoing project and reading in preparation for a couple more. Busy is good.
I used to do preparatory reading on the computer, and trust me when I say that's very tiring on the eyes, in spite of my beautiful flat screen monitor I bought at a garage sale for $5. (Best garage sale find EVER.) I was lucky enough to inherit a Generation I Kindle, and clever enough to figure out how to convert a document to read on said Kindle (thank you, Mobi Creator!) So now, part of my job entails reclining on the sofa or snuggling in bed and reading.
Heh. Rough, I know. :) Don't hate.
Reading on a Kindle is actually a great tool for editing purposes. I have found errors I might not see on a computer screen, and it also gives me a better idea of when a reader might put down a story. Very valuable info.
Tomorrow I have an appointment to give blood. It's the holiday season and they need it. I can make more. :)
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