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Sunday Report Card
Sunday, July 26th, 2009


Unbroken is finished!

Yeah, another one bit the dust yesterday. Whew! At it’s core was the theme of infidelity and forgiveness. Cheating might hit someone’s hot button out there, but I like keeping it real. As well, it was a sequel to a very sexy ménage so I could hardly play it safe with a strictly m/f story.

Now I have to figure out what’s next. I have several projects in different stages, but I need to be smart about what I choose to focus on for the next little while. So, I’m going through my plans today and adjusting goals. I have a futuristic adventure that’s tons of fun to work on, but it might be smarter putting together an intrigue proposal instead. I know I have to wrap up MIK-7 sometime in August, but then I’ll feel like I have to plunge right into MIK-8, and I don’t have that story firmly in my mind yet. Decisions, decisions.

And it’s not helpful at all that I have the latest episodes of Torchwood saved. They are calling to me. I was heartbroken when Toshika and Owen died, and just have this horrible feeling that someone else is going to go. Does anyone know if they plan on any more episodes? This inquiring mind needs to know!

4 comments to “Sunday Report Card”

  1. Wesley Nichols
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      · July 26th, 2009 at 2:11 pm · Link

    What’s on tap for you next week? Are you considering working on your medieval series?

    I have to do some house chores, study for the GRE, and pick up my parents at the airport.

    I hope next week is alot more entertaining for you.



  2. Wesley Nichols
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      · July 26th, 2009 at 2:13 pm · Link

    My problems with cheating is not so much that it is ammoral, but it means that a couple couldn’t give each other what they each needed.



  3. Brandy Walker
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      · July 26th, 2009 at 6:51 pm · Link

    I agree with Wesley about the cheating and not being able to give each other what they needed. The fascinating part for me is how a person deals with it.

    I have dealt with it before and we talked and worked through it. Each person is different.

    Are you going to use the Tarot cards to help figure your next move out?



  4. Delilah Devlin
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      · July 26th, 2009 at 7:21 pm · Link

    Wesley! I won’t start the Medieval until mid-month. GRE?! Blech. I feel for you.

    Brandy and Wes! You are both so clever. That’s exactly what happened with this couple. The vulnerability happened due to poor communication.

    And I hadn’t thought to use the cards to make a decision, but why not?