There is something about trying out new software and equipment that really tires me out. It's probably the learning curve, and also the fact that I keep getting interrupted when I'm trying to find time to do it. My job. Oh that.
The other day I wrote a story for A Different Light on a demo piece of software only to find out that I couldn't cut and paste it onto my blog. I told myself that I could use this as an opportunity to practice with another piece of equipment as I transferred the story.
Didn't happen. Work has been busy, and although I really intended to do all of that, the truth is that it's after midnight as I write this post and I'm still not done with other things that have a much higher priority.
The good news is that the story is safe and sound where it is. I don't know how long it will be before I get around to dictating it into my other blog, but I'm sure I'll find the time eventually. The only problem with the story is that I've been reading a book by Dean Koontz and I found myself coming up with a character that wanted to do sinister things. I toned it down a bit, but it's probably just as well that this story is going to sit for a while-at least until I finish the Koontz novel. Maybe I'll read the romance novel, the national Library for the blind sent me by accident (they transposed the numbers when I ordered).