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Write Motivation Update & Dracula?

1. Line by line edit third Nether Book. (Currently in progress and almost done).
2. Get third Nether Book sent off to editor. (Gets sent out next Friday).
3. Write another 20k on NA sci/fi  (not happening this month)
4. Blog at least twice a week. (Trying)
5. Comment on more blogs. (Failing)

Pretty much my whole world revolves around getting this last Nether book sent off to the editor on time. Everything else is falling on the back burner. It doesn't help that I am under a lot of other "personal" stress and have total baby brain. My lack of concentration and focus is ridiculous. But I am trying and that is what matters, right?

In other news while I was unfocused and procrastinating on the Internet I came across this:


Excuse me while I scream like a fan girl. First off when I decided to portray one of my vampires off Mr. Hotness himself, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, I had no idea about this show. Not until I stumbled across it today. And I was like WHAT!! WHAT!! Let me just say that, I love you NBC. The same creators of Downton Abbey are doing this show so I have very high hopes. Heck, even if it sucks I will be watching it. I am such a huge Dracula fan. It was the one horror story I wasn't terrified of as a child. I have so many different versions of the book and read it at least twice a year, still. So one of my most favorite actors and favorite legends are coming to the small screen means my life is complete. I mean, I honestly think Jonathan knows me from some past life or something. He was Henry Tudor (another one of my obsessions growing up) in the Tudors and now Dracula...you Sir are a wonderful man!

Who is watching this one with me this fall? We should start a Dracula tweet chat. =P

Bonnie Rae

Comments

  1. *gasps* I haven't heard of this! Oh, what a tantalizing teaser. I, too, enjoy Jonathan. He's cast perfectly in that role.

    Good luck with your edits. I had baby brain bad during my pregnancy. I was lucky I could remember my own name!

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    1. Thanks Christine. It has been a process with baby brain.

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  2. Trying is definitely what counts the most *hugs*.

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  3. Oh, I'll be watching. Fanning myself all the time no doubt. I'm rather partial to our Mr. Meyers.

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