In Which Our Heroine Could Complain But Doesn't

8 March 2006

Today I would like to hang out a sign reading, "Not fit for human company." One thing adds to another thing until there are just too many things.

I've been solicited for a sequel to a short story. I'm going to have to look at it and see what I can figure out. It's not that these characters don't have more story -- far from it. It's that their "more story" is a novel idea that's very, very far on the back burner, and also one that will take a lot of research. So. I don't want to pass up an opportunity to sell more stories, but I'm a little daunted by the prospect of trying to figure out if there's another section of novel that could fit into short story or at most novelette length, or if these characters have a different, shorter story in them as well. It's nice to be asked, though.

And The Mark of the Sea Serpent is going well, even fiddly connective bits that often wait until last. So really, can't complain.

Well, as Songwind and Callunav have so kindly pointed out over on livejournal, I could. I wouldn't even have to try all that hard. But I choose not to, so there.

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