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I slept in today, still trying to get past the exhaustion crash. Inbox 15, but, at this point, most of that is notifications for delayed parcel deliveries.
Was a slow day, because exhausted still. Not much done. It may amuse me to append a work log to statuses, so I could start with yesterday, a very light day.
Read out the final of BATMAN’S GRAVE 7.
Netflix call to get 28-day data on CASTLEVANIA Season 3. (The terms “very good,” “unusual” and “super impressive” were used.)
Two projects I was attached to got passed on. Happens all the time. If I continue this, you’ll see exactly how many bodies are in my trail of dead, and how it gets longer every day.
Made notes on an illustrated book idea.
Did a few tweaks on PROJECT VERSAILLES rough notes.
(If you’re a reader of my newsletter, you’ll be used to my codenaming projects I can’t openly discuss yet. I take the name of a town, city or place that has some slim association with the project. It can be very random. THE BATMAN’S GRAVE, for example, was PROJECT TRICORNER, Tricorner being a district in the fictional map of Gotham City formulated and formalised by Eliot R Brown.)
Talked with management and legal team briefly.
Pointed out to Lordess Foudre that she was doing crimes on the internet again.
I kept a written log of my daily work across February, and it was an interesting window for me into what I’d previously considered “slow” or “empty” days. I’m working against a few decades of muscle-memory that says a day without actually writing scripts is a bad or zero day, because I’m not yet used to the shift in my career that means sometimes I email or phone for a living. Maybe I’ll revisit this at closedown and see how the day went.