This year's Snowpocalypse has struck. But luckily it happened on a weekend, so the worst thing that's happening is people are staying home. I'm an hourly employee and from Iowa so, yeah, snow wasn't going to stop me from getting a paycheck. Slow me down, yes, stop me...no. Still, it is lovely. I do love snow and this is good, quality snow.
My Write 1, Submit 1 challenge update: fail. I didn't finish a story this week, though I started two. I did not submit a story but I'll try to today. What happened? Well, as expected, the homework for the editing class was much more intensive than I was ready for. Too much to do, not enough time to do it. If I didn't have a full-time job, I could probably manage. As it is, I've decided to continue trying to keep up with both. We'll see how things go.
I got good feed back on my story, "The Smell of Cold". One of the great things the Wordslingers do is see things I don't. So I know where to tone things down, where to cut and some interesting iterpretations of the story. I may make a modification to the story and submit it to fantasy/Sci-fi markets. I'm also going to toss the rascal in with my Clarion West submissions, which I'm aiming for submitting by the end of this month.