Catching Up With…

Okay, so, the thing is, I’ve been trying to get a lot of things done in the last few weeks, and doing a terrible, TERRIBLE job of it. Now, I’m a Capricorn, and we’re supposedly really into lists. Personally, they make my brain itch so bad I want to claw my own skull open, but I do occasionally resort to them when nothing else will do. So here’s a (probably incomplete) list of the things I am trying to do that aren’t getting done at the moment.

– PBW2_2013 proposal updates &/or initiations
– StinZine #004 final proof (almost there)
– Link Board Game (basic design started; finished demo months away; playtesting next year?)
– LinkTales, volume 2 (Fantasy collection; lots of planned stories left to write)
– The Approximate Distance To Limbo (acts 2 & 3)
– Steep Inclinations album (plot and re-recordings coming along slowly)
– Tarot painting series (on hiatus again)
– Kismet OGN (stalled)
– Perpetual Tuesday (next Richard Burley novel; postponed to 2015)
– Customs and Road Songs of Limbo (taboo collection; not finished)
– Poison Pen-Letters From Limbo (horror collection; not finished)
– Hot Nights in Limbo (erotica collection; not finished)
– The Flickering Lights of Limbo (free TV fanfic collection; still not ready)

Oh yeah, and while I’m at it:
– Dishes
– Laundry
– Vacuuming
– Change Cat Litter
– Buy Groceries
– Take Dawn for (late) Birthday dinner
– Order books to sell
– Burn my jury duty notice (okay, not really, but seriously, like I have time for this)
Promote art, writing and music (no time, and no interest, really)

Probably missing some stuff, as I said before. But that’s what I could remember off the top of my head.

You folks like seeing art on this page; don’t argue with me: the stats don’t lie. So here’s Art:
Arthur 001
Art is short for Arthur. Arthur lives on my orange polar fleece shirt, which I wear as a jacket. Arthur is pretty much mine now. No one bought him, and no one has shown the slightest bit of interest in him, except me. Arthur caught my eye on day one, for reasons I can’t explain. That’s the way it is with my abstract art; either a new piece grabs you instantly, or it doesn’t, and you move on to find one that does. Of all the twenty buttons I did that day, six of which have been sold, this is the one I’m disinclined to sell. It’s not that I don’t think I can do better. It’s just a funny thing about abstracts. We connect with them in funny, very personal ways.

So, where the rest of the series is on sale for ten dollars apiece, (five if you know the series title; look it up), this one is now special to me, so I’m raising tit o $25. That should keep the punters away, while still avoiding the trap of letting my work get too precious to sell.

Time to get dressed and change the litter.

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