[conventions] A travel day and an excellent dinner

Yesterday’s travel from Portland to Boston was delightfully uneventful. I slept some, and got a ton of work done on Sunspin. Currently catching up to the manuscript to get the voice and plot back in my head, reasserting my span of control before I start writing again. Unfortunately, my forthcoming cancer surgery falls right¬†about when and where I’d be jumping back into the book deeply, so there will be a hiatus of 2-3 weeks.

Dinner last night with la agente at the startlingly good restaurant here at the Readercon hotel. Magnificent food. Since I’ll be going on clear liquids Monday, then IV feeding for 2-3 days starting Tuesday, then back on clear liquids for a while after that, I decided to bork my diet and enjoy the dinner for what it was. The wages of sin is gustatory bliss, I’m here to tell you.

Readercon today, in a low-key way. Look for me in the bar if you’re here, or maybe the dealer room. I’ve already run into tons of friends, and look forward to making many new friends this weekend.

One thought on “[conventions] A travel day and an excellent dinner

  1. Drax says:

    I don’t know how you effing keep it up, man. Turbines to speed, Jay Lake.

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