Right. The work update. The Baker book is all drafted, I’ve got the first round of edits back on Wonder Woman, and as predicted, I didn’t quite finish up the Hartnell stuff. (It’ll definitely get finished next revisions week, but I allocated some time to the next Last War in Albion chapter, where I just had a stunning bit of luck involving some bibliographic research lining up Maxwell the Magic Cat strips with Moore’s Swamp Thing run.)
I’m literally writing three things at once right now, counting this post, so am going to commit the most shameless act of blogger laziness ever.
This is Lettie Hempstock, our newly acquired six-month-old cat. Lettie is mostly blind, and has decided that curling up on my desk is a favorite evening passtime. Occasionally she climbs around my head and purrs a lot.
This is Coraline Jones, Lettie’s entirely blind sister. She also likes climbing on my desk, though she is more prone to decide to savagely attack my hands while I’m typing. She is equally prone to crawling around my head and purring.
This is Krypto. It’s a fairly old photo of him, hence the snow, but it is also my favorite photo of him, and unlike the cats I haven’t been obsessively photographing him to show him off on Facebook. He is largely undisturbed by the recent arrival of two visually-impared lunatics who think his tail is a fun toy.
As the new season of American television gears up, is there anything people are watching or excited about? Besides a new Joss Whedon show, I mean.