My wife's minor surgery went without a hitch, so after camping out at the hospital for 6 hours yesterday we're back home. Weight off my shoulders.
Meanwhile, work is starting to pick up. I had a great meeting with some execs from a big movie company the other day, who seem willing and happy to bury me in work.
So the deluge may be about to begin, finally. I will try to fit in some $60 notes along the way, however, particularly for those trying to get their scripts ready for the Nicholl.
As for writing, I was able to pound out a rough draft of my low-budget thriller. I'm hoping to find time in the next week to devote a chunk of time to taking it apart scene-by-scene and making sure it all works as well as I think it's getting.
I'm also trying to get up the courage to watch the DVD of the Anthony Hopkins (wrote-directed-starred in) film "Slipstream", which is on my stack of things to review. I've heard it's ponderous and incomprehensible. Has anyone seen it?