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Sleep? Please?

Two late nights in a row make Oracne miserable. Physically, at least. I am very happy with the way the rehearsals went, and once I get some sleep at night, I will be bouncy about Friday's performance.

We spent last night's final rehearsal singing to each other, including the solos, a couple of which I heard for the first time. I have no idea what it will sound like out in the audience, but if it's only half as good it will still be really excellent.

*yawn*

If you missed it yesterday, I have a new post on Heroes and Heartbreakers: If You Build It, They Will Come: Worldbuilding in Urban Fantasy. I continue to work on various posts for them, and for another site that hasn't opened up yet; that's one of the reasons I stopped writing seven posts a week for my pro blog, the other being that I didn't think it was really necessary any more, since I think I've built about as much traffic for it as I can on my own, and because I wanted more time to focus on the individual posts.

*yawn* Need coffee. I still have hopes of doing weights tonight, but am not sure if I'll have the energy. I will not bludgeon myself if I can't.

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ratphooey
Apr. 7th, 2011 01:34 pm (UTC)
Sleep is SO important. Sigh.

Have you read any Susanna Kearsley? If not, would you like to? I have a paperback copy of Mariana to pass along, and also The Winter Sea on Kindle.
oracne
Apr. 7th, 2011 02:45 pm (UTC)
I have not yet tried Kearsley.
ratphooey
Apr. 7th, 2011 02:49 pm (UTC)
I had never heard of her until Amazon helpfully suggested the Sea one. It's sort of past-livey, time-travelly, which I cannot resist. After enjoying it, I dug up Mariana, which was written long before and was in some ways was a trial run for Sea, though not entirely.
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