If my posts become erratic or more unintelligible than usual, blame it on the fact that I'm less than a month from release day. Pretty much all my thoughts are directed at release day. I wake up thinking about it, go to sleep thinking about it.
I woke up this morning to the sound of cats chasing each other followed by a very loud crash. My dining room table is kaput. The cats destroyed it, and I very nearly destroyed them this morning. The upside is that I had to write a really dark scene on my WIP involving a car fire, so it put me in the perfect frame of mind to do some damage.
Since The Deathday Letter is about a world in which everyone gets a letter 24 hours before their death letting them know they're going to die, I spend a lot of time thinking about what I'd do if I only had one day to live. Mostly I'd want to see friends and family and get all my affairs in order. But there are other things I'd like to do too. Such as sky dive. I've wanted to do it for a long time. So, to celebrate my release day, on June 14, I'll be jumping out of a plane. Then, on the 15th, I'll post the video for you all to see. I'll probably scream a lot.
Is there anything crazy (and mostly legal) you'd do if you had one day to live? Anything you'd eat or see or anyone you'd hunt down and say things to? Tell me in the comments! Maybe if there are some good ideas, I can do some of them for you leading up to the day.
OPERATION FAT BUTT UPDATE: 194 lbs. Finally able to fit into some of my old clothes, and I ran now job five miles without dying. :)