I used one of my Audible credits to buy Boneshaker by Cherie Priest, narrated by Kate Reading (one half of the Wheel Of Time narrator duo) and Wil Wheaton. It seems to be an alt-history, steampunk adventure story, so I'm looking forward to listening to it...whenever I get my other Audible books out of the way.
And finally, just this morning I bought The Sundered Land anthology of nanogames by Vincent Baker, because I heard about it on the Jank Cast and decided to give it a look.
Tuesday's session of Firefly was hailed by all of my players as the most enjoyable so far, despite it being another scenario I hastily cobbled together at the last minute. This time, the reason for the last minute prep was that I changed my planned scenario to make it a spotlight episode for Heather's character (since she's going to be leaving the game for a while) instead of the one I had planned for Honi's character. My only concern about the session was that Craig (as Captain Lorretto) didn't have much to do, even though Craig did make a conscious decision to step back and let the crew do their own thing. Next session won't be Honi's spotlight, since she might not be here, so I'll be doing something else for it.
Having decided NaNoWriMo isn't working for me this year, I got back to work on editing the first episode of my Doctor Who/Evangelion fanfic.
Not much else to report, except that I'm stuck with prep for this week's Firefly scenario...again.
I've set deadlines for finishing off the edit of the DW/Eva fanfic before, but I really want to get started posting the fic on Fanfiction.net soon. My hope is that I'll be able to finish writing an episode every month and post it weekly in four parts over the following month, but if I can't manage that, I hope at least to be halfway through my 'season' by the time next Christmas comes around, so I can write up and post a 'christmas special' to mark my mid-season point. But honestly, I'm not going to fret over how regularly I can post new chapters, I'm just going to focus on getting the chapters done and edited so that I can post them.
So the plan for the weekend ahead is to finish editing episode 1 and get it ready for posting by Saturday, and in the meantime I need to finish writing up the outline for episode 2 so I can get started writing it.
I don't want the fanfic to distract me from working on the Dream Detective story though. I'll be continuing development on that as I go, getting the worldbuilding and characters figured out a bit more so I can make a fresh start on writing it in the New Year. In the meantime, writing the fanfic should help me get back into the habit, and maybe I'll figure out what 'process' works for me while I'm at it.