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So I've been worldbuilding for my newish YA project--I actually had two days off in a row this week (my work schedule is funtastic)--and spent the first doing mythological research and worldbuilding, and the second doing real-world research and worldbuilding.  I feel this is what happens when you write urban fantasy: research about yokai and research about which season American high schools play certain sports end up equally important.

In other news, I think I'm going to wander back to Trial for December.  The holidays are always crazy and I think it might be easier to fit editing into my schedule than writing or worldbuilding.  I'll probably still do all of the above, depending on my mood, but I like to focus on a project and Trial is due for some attention.

I also need to get back to writing that YA spec-fic diversity short story for kaleidescope . . . it needs a fair amount of editing as well.
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