I’m sitting in Palm Beach International, getting ready to board a plane for what is always one of the best weeks of my year: Campmeeting at Pleasant Grove Campground in Waxhaw, North Carolina. It’s a week of friends and family, many of whom I only see once a year. For the past three years, it has also served as a writing retreat. I get plenty of quiet time for thinking, plotting, and jotting. Hopefully we’ll emerge from Campmeeting this year with a final draft of I, ZOMBIE.
I hope to stay in touch and connected, but it might be reduced a bit. There are a few things I have to do (interviews, Skype sessions, blogging), but it’ll mostly be a time to polish off these last few chapters and see if what I’ve created is halfway legible.
At the end of this trip, on the 22nd of July, we’ll roll some dice and see who won the WOOL Proofs. That gives you all another week and a half to get your entries in. If your post doesn’t show immediately, don’t worry. For some reason, many of them require moderation (which is another word for approval). I’ll keep up with this as I can. All entries will be approved before we cast a die. My lovely moderators will also be lending a hand, I’m sure.
Oh, one last thing: Would anyone be up for a Charlotte Meet-up? I’m thinking we could get a group together for a screening of Batman or Spiderman. Maybe we could do lunch or dinner before or after. If you’re in the area and up for it, chime in with suggestions, locations, times, dates, eateries, films, etc.