Fanfiction:Write some B/A fic totaling at least 5000 words:
Don't mind me I'm just banging my head against the desk here. (I know that what I've posted is technically B/A and over 5k words, but none of it officially exists yet, remember? Yes arbitrary rules are my favorite thing.)Original fiction:Plot out the first arc for my other comic:
Actually yeah! It probably amounts to around 20 minutes of work, but it's what needed to be done before any more work can happen, so it's a victory.Clean up and post/publish a couple poems:
Edited and recorded a second one so that's "a couple." Crossing it off; screw publication.Reading:Finish a book a month: Mindtouch
by MCA Hogarth. This had been on my list for a while but I decided to purchase it recently, in part because it made a lighter travel book than what I'd been reading and in part for the sake of showing support for the author, who had temporarily vanished from the internet after the election. I had known what to expect going in -- no plot, alien furries, gentle friendship -- and had no cause for disappointment. I have no doubt I'll be carrying on with the series.Read one poem every night before going to sleep:
Interesting thing about the Good Poems
collection is that it's arranged by topic. I'm on the "Music" chapter and for some reason it seems slower than the others did. I still like it though.TV:Catch up on Doctor Who:
Finished S8. Very sad finale. I like all the classic enemies recurring but I've also started getting annoyed sometimes when the big reveal is...Cybermen, again.
Loved the big reveal on Missy all the way, though. Have I mentioned the opening sequence is my very favorite? Because it is. With the Roman numerals and the (yup!!) golden spiral. Killer.Other:Finish and post my homebrew 30-day meme:
Worked on it.
Well, so much for this being my month of writing, but I tried. If I can get maybe two more items crossed off, I won't have finished
, but it will still make a pretty impressive-looking list. That's all I really care about.
Tags: a book i read, creative agenda, doctor who, poetry, writing
All Places Are Alike to Me: at work