February 28th, 2007

writing

progress...

So over the last two days, my idea of "taking it easy" has included watching "Chain of Command" again to prep for starting "Four Lights," looking over the eBook proposals in the queue and figuring out the tentative eBook schedule for 2008, doing some of the web work (which was delayed by some technical issues), cutting 600 words from "Life from Lifelessness," finishing up the proofread of Grand Designs, and writing up two of three things I was assigned to do by the Star Trek magazine.

I love my life. *chuckle*
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doctor who

veddy eenterestink

According to Outpost Gallifrey, many of the titles for the third season of Doctor Who have been revealed:

    1. Smith and Jones by Russell T. Davies, directed by Charles Palmer
    2. The Shakespeare Code by Gareth Roberts, directed by Charles Palmer
    3. Episode 3 by Russell T. Davies, directed by Richard Clarke
    4. Daleks in Manhattan (part one) by Helen Raynor, directed by James Strong
    5. Episode 5 (part two) by Helen Raynor, directed by James Strong
    6. The Lazarus Experiment by Stephen Greenhorn, directed by Richard Clarke
    7. 42 by Chris Chibnall, directed by Graeme Harper
    8. Human Nature (part one) by Paul Cornell, directed by Charles Palmer
    9. The Family of Blood by Paul Cornell, directed by Charles Palmer
    10. Blink by Steven Moffat, directed by Hettie MacDonald
    11. Utopia by Russell T. Davies, directed by Graeme Harper
    12. The Sound of Drums (part one) by Russell T. Davies, directed by Colin Teague
    13. Episode 13 (part two) by Russell T. Davies, directed by Colin Teague

I'm amused that one episode is called "42," especially a show that once had Douglas Adams as its script editor (and who cowrote one of the show's all-time greats, "City of Death").

And there's a Steven Moffat episode. He's already written the best episodes of the first two seasons, so let's see if "Blink" makes him three for three....
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