And the FCC spoke and said, 'Verily, I say unto thee, Verizon and their ilk shall not throttle the bandwidth of those they despise, nor shall they profit from the favoring of entities with greater bandwidth therein.' And there was great rejoicing. And by great rejoicing, I mean that the internet blew up arguing about what color a dress was. You go, America, exercise that freedom.
Girls and boys, it's the last Friday in February and I haven't posted anything this month, so here goes.
I'm so glad I didn't try to keep posting weekly, because school owns my life nowadays. I approve of the once-a-month plan so far. We'll see if I can do more posts during my summer break (i.e. the month of May).
As you might have guessed, I have not done any editing on Om Nom Nombies. I haven't written anything more on the first drafts of The Neif or Spitfire. I haven't even made any progress beta-ing a manuscript for my friend Anma Natsu.
What I have done is kept up (mostly) with my on-campus writing group, Creative Writers of Aggieland. I've been able to talk about writing and get two short stories (including my first ever fanfic!) penned so I don't get rusty. I have also shared my love of Mary Robinette Kowal's Glamorist Histories with a few of my classmates, and I am pleased to say we have a few converts.
In the coming month, I will continue working on my beta edits for my friend. She got her Editor edits back a few weeks ago, and I need to give her mine so she has a little more of a consensus to draw from when she makes changes. Anma plans to release this novel, her debut named Aisuru, very soon, so be on the lookout for an interview with her within the next month!
And now I leave you with an awesome stop-motion about the life inherit in books.