This month in the InMon gallery: So many much things happening. Except much writing. Argh. Today I did find myself researching nuclear weapons for the WIP, however. And worrying again about landing on government watch lists. In other news, a new blog post is on its way to answer a question about subplots! Stay tuned.
This month in the InMon library: Considering that I watched all of “Anne with an E” in three days, I guess I liked it, even though I frequently found reasons to shout at the screen. The internet apparently shares my passion, one way or another. In other news, I ordered three books and one has still not come and I’m irritated even though I haven’t gotten through the first one yet. #FirstWorldBookLoverProblems
This month in the InMon office: The fell beast known as the synopsis seeks to destroy me, but I shall prevail. I shall! In other news, Netflix’s Anne with an E comes out soon and I just…I don’t know. Don’t ruin your streak, Netflix. Don’t do it.
This month in the InMon War Room: Three mini writing breakthroughs and a great big wall. Typical.
This month in the InMon Universe: Researched various writing competitions, read sample winners, and found most of them depressing. Then I discovered the To Hull and Back humorous writing contest. The winner’s face gets pasted on the anthology’s cover illustration of a person riding a Harley and holding a flaming quill pen. The contest creator then straps the book to the handlebars of his actual hog and rides it, you guessed it, to Hull and back, and films it all with a GoPro. The man is a genius. Bless him.