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I know I've done a bit of a disappearing act as of late. I do have a good reason for this. I have a new job. Not only is it a new job, I'm doing something, I'm getting paid well, it's permanent and full time, and I enjoy it. Hmmm, after four years of temping jobs and horrible luck - this is my thirteenth job in that time frame (although I supposed it could also be seen as good luck - I have managed to remain employed throughout that period!) I am now a Marketing Executive for Mercedes-Benz Commercial (the trucks and vans). As I'm sure you can imagine, it keeps me busy. I like this fact. However, after the last job (I managed to write a book and watch ten seasons of Family Guy, all of Rescue twice over, and Rush, as well as a load of other programmes I'm not going to list) it's a bit of an adjustment. There are nights where I don't get home until after 8pm and with the DJing, which rules out Wednesday nights and Thursday nights (finishing at 3am and then going doing a ten hour day rules Thursdays out), it means that nothing constructive, ie writing, gets done.
I haven't given up on But Who's Going To Save You. Far from it. I drive a lot in the new job, so I have plenty of time to think of the plots (I'm fine tuning a Rush crossover, amongst other things). I just dont' have time to write it. I'll get there. I'm plodding on. Hopefully Easter will produce something wonderful. Then again, I'd settle for something... Anyway, I just wanted to give y'all a little update and let you know I'm not dead, and neither is this story.
I'm going to go do a little bit of writing now, so I'll leave you with the epic, yet apt, words of the Terminator...
I'll be back.
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