Friday afternoon I finished revising Frost Moon, and Friday evening I submitted it to a publisher.
Frost Moon was my 2007 Nanowrimo entry and is my second completed novel. 9 beta readers helped me out: Sandi, Barbara, Wally, Fred, Diane, Gayle, Mel, Liza and Keiko; sorry to everyone who didn’t get a copy but if you don’t really bug me about it I’ll forget.
The final document that went out was the 42nd revision with a word count of 87737.
Cross your fingers!
2 years married, 6 years together. Would have posted something yesterday, but we were busy.
Wow. Tigers are more impressive than they appear on the pictures on my current calendar. I want this as a poster on my wall.
I’m not in the market to sell my home, but thanks to the site Zillow I have a rough gauge of how my home is doing on the market. In the first year that I owned my home, I have reason to believe it appreciated between 1% and 2% of its value. More recently … that’s started to change for the worst.
Two months ago, according to Zillow’s “zestimate”, it had dropped 2% of its value.
Two days ago, it had dropped 10% of its value.
Today, it has dropped an additional 1% of its value.
Fun fun fun! I see “not moving anytime soon” in my immediate (and not-so-immediate) future.
Apple updated the drivers on the Time Capsule, and for the past ~month it has done a good job of backing up my Mac. I was waiting to tell you guys because previously if you looked at the Time Capsue funny it broke down. But it survived the acid test: I went on a trip to Atlanta, and when I came back the backups resumed with no hiccups.
It still took me a whole evening’s worth of work to get it running, but it is running. So you can go get one now, if you have a Mac and want trouble-free backups happening without you even having to think about it.
P.S. In the first version of this post I called it a “Time Machine” … that’s actually the backup/restore software that writes to the Time Capsule. My bad.