Republibot 2.0 submitted the manuscript of my first book, "Ice Cream and Venom" to Kindle/Amazon/Whatever today. So that's exciting, though I don't think either of us really knows what happens next. We'll keep you posted.
Apart from that, I'm basically getting rid of more CDs.
Today I chucked "Bonk" by Big Pig, "Special One" by Cheap Trick, Joshua Redman's debut CD, "Songs in the Key of Springfield," "In My Tribe" by 10,000 Maniacs, The Ruttle's first album, "Better Than Sex" by the Red Elvises, the Dr. No soundtrack, the Blade Runner Soundtrack (Which is not actually in any way the soundtrack to the film, there's not a note on there played by Vangelis), Evan Chen's "Crusade" soundtrack, two Roy Orbison albums ("Laminar Flow" and "The Fastest Guitar Alive")and a "Sterling Radio Show" CD. New Order, "Substance 1987" Disk 2 (I don't think I ever had disk 1), Pat Boone's "In a Metal Mood," "A Terrible Beauty" by The Uncle Devil Show, and "Dirt Track Date" by Southern Culture on the Skids.
That's 17 fewer CDs that I never listen to. Only 500 more to go.
On, and on Wednesday I completed the manuscript for my second book, "The Undead At War" (Previous working title: "The Prettiest Lesbian I've Ever Seen"). I spent all day alternately cursing and crying because of technical problems that basically meant no one but me could actually *read* said manuscript, but that was eventually resolved, and my editor friend got cracking on it this morning.
And yesterday, Bleedingheartbot sketched out a rough draft of a new icon for me to use on the site, as my old one is getting rather, well, old. So it's a good day for lil' Threebie, a good day indeed...