The One About “Whatcha Doin…”

I’m not posting, I’m writing… which is both good and bad.

Progress updates:
– TRIANGLE: Editor has the manuscript. Cover artist is working away. He’s complaining a bit about how complicated the Hotel Del Coronado is, and that I should blow up something less complicated next time. I’ll consider it.

More to come in a separate post.

– WDFAF Project: I’ve made preliminary contact with a dozen individuals through Facebook and LinkedIn and am scheduling interviews. I am also hitting the archives at the Orlando Sentinel for news articles about the studio as it was built and operated. I have an idea for the structure, but it depends on cooperation from the folks at Disney. I’ve been told to expect a call from them soon.

– KP Project: I have a couple of people who have agreed to speak, but scheduling has been problematic. The rest of my inquiries…it appears persistence and patience will be virtues.

– TAO: Passed Day 300, less than 65 days left until the year completion. After that… unknown. The symmetry of walking away at a year is understandable. Consider the audience for this is miniscule in the scheme of things (460 followers on Twitter, 470 on Tumblr, and less than 400 on Facebook; many of those overlap). Yet, if I help anybody, does it make it worthwhile? I have two months left to decide. I already know what the post on the last day of the year will be – something that won’t make sense at first, and then make perfect sense, once you think about it. In other words, perfectly Zen.

I have a half-dozen other writing ideas. It’s a matter of staying focused. One thing at a time.

About D. G. Speirs

D.G. Speirs is a storyteller, novelist and voice actor living in central Florida. He keeps searching for better stories to tell, even if he has to make them up himself. His latest novel, THE AGENCY, is now available on Amazon.com.
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