TT: “Do What You Love” Edition

I love doing what I’m doing now. But I also loved the museum archivist life and miss it terribly.

Sometimes in life you have to make heartbreaking choices between equally wonderful things, and it can be awful.

Because every author needs 11,059,200 pixels of screen real estate, right?

Because every author needs 11,059,200 pixels of screen real estate, right?

Every pitch meeting I’ve ever had felt like I was walking into this room.

Every pitch meeting I’ve ever had felt like I was walking into this room.

Bravo Company is pretty insistent that I meet my deadline today.

Bravo Company is pretty insistent that I meet my deadline today.

I, for one, subscribe to the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.

That way I can take comfort in the fact that while in this universe I am sitting at my desk still staring at one line of tepid prose I wrote three hours ago, in an alternate universe Successful Me just received a nice email from Neil Gaiman, wherein he tells Successful Me how much he loves my stories and wouldn’t it be great if we could work on a joint writing project. A film, perhaps. And how we could probably talk Mark Gatiss into joining as well.

Way to go, Alternate Universe Me. You rock.