Yes, it has been 90 days since I last posted something on my blog. That fact is not lost on me. The fact is, my day job that brings home the bacon until lightning strikes me and my screenwriting, has caused me (and many others) deep stress. When a company undergoes a fundamental change, it takes awhile to get used to the new way of doing things. That is what I have been up to for the past 90 days.
During that time, I have still kept an eye on the old screenwriting biz, but that too is coming to an end of sorts – kind of like one of those old cars from the 1950s that comes to a gentle rolling stop. More on that later in another post.
Now that this fundamental change has for the most part worked itself out, I can concentrate on catching my breath and plan for the remaining three months of the year which will consist of closing out all of the plans that I made for myself at the beginning of the year. The biggest one of course is bringing the initial push of my marketing my screenwriting to a close. Additional writing-related activities include re-writing and submitting a short story to the CBC Short Story Contest; writing another short screenplay (based on the floods in Calgary in June); and starting another feature length screenplay over the Christmas holidays (I’ll have much better luck with it if I write it during the season since it’s a Christmas-themed story).
I’m also going to start some renovation projects on my house – small ones but ones that will add up over the next year or so.
During the time that I’ve been AWOL, I’ve also neglected to comment on the incredible inroads made in Canadian tennis during the summer. I have a lot of catching up to do.
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