So. February. Fertilizer is happening, cogs are moving. Announcements will soon be made. But that's not postworthy news. This is a writer's blog and the important update is, I'm writing.
I don't stress myself with daily goals or weekly quotas, but I do obsess about producing at least one big thing every year. "Big" is a flexible adjective for size, but it should be something that stands by its own in a library. "Producing" means writing a finished, non-apologizing manuscript ‒ not selling or publishing it. And "thing" implies it doesn't even need a purpose. It may be my next book, or just an idea that took up too much room in my head so I just put it on paper in any random form. This one in the picture belongs to the latter kind. It's called The FOSS. And apparently it's a TV script.
"But do you work in TV or have any contacts in that world?" No.
"Do you have any experience as a screenwriter in English?" No.
"Do you even know what to do with this?" No.
But it's 60 minutes and it counts as biggish and it's written. And it's only February. :)