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David D. Levine
18 September 2007 @ 09:55 pm
Word count: 59704 | Since last entry: 110 | Days until retirement: 13

First day back at work. Most of the gang was off at some kind of training class so I spent the day catching up with email. Many people said, as I'd expected, "hey, aren't you retired?" My boss is still trying to convince me to stay on just a little longer. I remind myself of all the times in my working life I've poured my heart into a project only to have it canceled. Shoe's on the other foot now...

After dinner, I went to the coffee shop for Tuesday night writing group. I spent much of the time there re-reading the synopsis and last chapter in hopes of being able to pick up where I'd left off. I didn't find the existing material terribly convincing, but I did manage to write a hundred new words (I promised myself at least a hundred new words) before acknowleding I couldn't keep my eyes open. At this rate I'm highly unlikely to finish a chapter before the next crit group meeting. So it goes.

This is the first fiction writing I've done in almost two months. This book may have a visible seam in the middle, like the Washington Monument.

Nine working days to go.