So first off, apologies for the down time between posts. Between Christmas, work and the fact that I've had a terribly bad, weird face headache thing for the past several days that has had me all hopped up on meds and unable to sleep most nights, blogging has been one of the last things on my mind. But it's almost New Years and then I mean to buckle back down on my somewhat neglected writing and get to work.
So "The Plan" has me finishing my editing of Runaway Train by the end of January but it is very difficult going right now. I don't really know how to edit and it is much too short so I'm still trying to figure out what to add. Some of it I have figured out but I'm fighting every step of the way not to get drawn into a shiny new project that would be much more fun than the muck and mire of editing this novel.
But on a slightly brighter note, I found a novel I want to adapt into a screenplay. I've been hunting for sometime for a novel in the public domain that I could write a screenplay from, and I finally found it. The book (*shakes a bit with fear at the thought that someone might steal her idea*) is "Rilla of Ingleside", the last of the Anne of Green Gables books. It follows Rilla Blythe, Anne's youngest teenaged daughter, through life on the home front of World War I Canada. It was always my favorite of the Anne books and I think it would make a fabulous movie. I don't know where adapting that will fit into my writing schedule, but we'll see.
Well, I'm off to heat up some leftover green bean casserole for lunch, so fare you well.