slow moving

Draft 3 of Counting Coup is going very slowly. I am just about at 4 k, and I am cranking maybe a page a day on a good day. I was up to 16. I am hoping that when the stress of everything going on this summer starts to die down I can get back to speed.

I am starting to run a hell on earth campaign and I am looking forward to that. I love to GM but I am scared because the last time this kind of thing happened I turned into a real asshole and I don’t really want that to happen.

Gencon is coming up at the very ass end of the month and I am looking forwards to that. I can just let the rest of the world go and just explore.  This will be the first time I am there on my own. (I have friends I am going with but it’s not quite what I mean.)

I am not sure what I want to do. After I move to GR, I will be closer to work. Work is okay but it’s not the long term plan.  I know I want to work on writing more and I think after Gencon I will need to put the hammer down. I have so many stores I want to write. I learned the hard way over the last 10 years that changing to a different novel won’t change anything. The only way out is through.

I do have a huge of things I am not going to miss at the the farm. Insects, no ac, bad internet, ants, propane, no adult dishwasher, etc.

 

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coleta45

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Travis Cole was hatched from the egg of a harpy in 1979. He was raised in a diet of misery and sorrow. The first book that he wrote was in the third grade titled A TV’s Life. His grammar and skills have only degenerated over time.Travis hates taking in the third person. He went to school to be an electrical engineer and traveled for work for ten years. He started writingawful books in 2008 and things have not improved. Most of the shit was garbage.Travis barely holds a day job as a Software Support Engineer. Most of his books are just excuses to use profanity is bizarre characters and locations. His hobbies include killing transients, gaming, larping.

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