|Bench outside Barnes and Noble|
|Table outside Mensche's frozen yogurt|
|In front of the movie theatre doors|
Traditionally, you can continue to do this through the weekend, and they even have a little postcard you can print out to include with it, explaining the anonymous donation. So if you haven't yet, you can still leave these literary easter eggs for teenage strangers. Just go here for more info.
In other news, you know how I mentioned my revisions? Transposing past into present tense in a 60,000-word document. Yeah. The flash drive I was doing them on got corrupted and I lost two nights of work. But don't worry! My crying is over and I've even caught up some of what I lost, even though it will never be exactly as it was. As I explained to my husband, it's like a painter's strokes. A word here, an entire string of dialogue there. You just can't replicate it from memory. But at least I've had the opportunity to think through some dicey fictional conversations twice now. Let's hope it improved with my latest tampering.
MYSTERY AGENT SUCCESS STORY!! Max Gladstone signed with Weronika Janczuk weeks ago, but today we've got an interview with Weronika's new client on Operation Awesome. Make sure to drop in and say hi and congrats to Max.
And if you're doing the A to Z blogfest, check out Lindsay's blog today because she's talking about one of my favorite things: M for Musical Muses.