Murdoch & Musings

Hello all,

So what’s been going on in the world since my last update? Well, the News of the World has shut down (not much of a loss to me), and Murdoch’s under fire. Mainly, I’m not so worried about all that. I’ve never been a fan of the tabloid press, and it’s little surprising that they’ve been dealing underhand. However, whatever my personal politics and opinions on the worthiness of these tabloids to operate I think it’s a pretty rough move to axe the jobs of everyone involved in the paper outright.

Anyway, beyond the happenings in the world, what’s been going on in mine? Well, not a lot of anything, it being summer, and me not having much to do with it. Writing wise I’ve made the breakthrough and cracked on to finish scenes three and four of Lost & Found, which I’m reasonably happy with, though they’ll definitely need a good edit when I get the first draft done. Ironically, having got through those with relative ease once I cracked the problem of Biron’s sonnet (I just wrote one myself), I’m now caught up with trying to decide the exact ordering of things in Scenes 5 and 6, the last two of the play. Tiredness and boredom are not making that job easier. Still, I’m sure it’ll pick up this week.

Meanwhile, I’ve invented some things for the world of the fantasy fiction I’m planning. I won’t reveal anything about that here, since I don’t want to give too much away. But I’m happy with how they’ve turned out so far, and the world’s really coming together now.


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