Writing Season

It’s January. Snow is blowing. I’m sitting in front of a blazing fire.

Creepy vacant house across the street. Snow for scale.
Creepy vacant house across the street. Snow for scale.

And I’m writing.

Cozy writing chair selfie.
Cozy writing chair selfie.

Not fiction, alas. Winter is the season for technical writing. First, I need to finish a chapter for a book that will come out eventually. Hey, I’m getting close. Almost every part of this outline is written!

The outline of the magical chapter. This is Scrivener, the software I use for all my technical writing.
The outline of the magical chapter. This is Scrivener, the software I use for all my technical writing.

As soon as I get that done, I’m jumping into grant-writing season. In about a month, I need to have my part of a large project written, the budget laid out, and all the reviewers’ comments addressed. Good times.

But don’t worry. I’ll still be around here. I’ve got some serious blogging to do.

Published by paleololigo

Scientist (Paleontology, Geochemistry, Geology); Writer (Speculative and Science Fiction, plus technical and non-technical Science); Mom to great boy on the Autism spectrum; possessor of too many hobbies.

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