Yesterday was a good day. I managed to get all three entries in my world-building wiki done (I do three a week, usually on Monday), and it wasn't too painful. I'm delving into ancient histories and mythologies of the world at the moment, and it's my favourite thing... of any world. Including this one. The real one. Ancient history and myth are my favourite things ever.
Which reminds me, there is a game coming out (thanks for bringing this to my attention, Jaggy), Heaven's Vault, where you play an archaeologist, and you run around the place examining artefacts, translating glyphs, and solving puzzles. You do this to try and unlock the mystery of the ancient history you're examining. The best thing about it is that you'll never know if you're correct. Your interpretations may or may not be "right." The game won't tell you. It's a layer of realism that I appreciate. It's just like archaeology in real life. It will be released this spring, and it's going to be available on the PS4. This game sounds like my happy place.
Today is one of my manuscript writing days. I'm hoping that I'll be able to hit two thousand words today, but I'm keeping my goal at a much more doable one thousand. If I hit that and feel like I can't go on, I won't consider today to be a bad writing day. That happens some times. The brain just fries and I can't write more, even if there are words still to place on the page. It's like trying to see through a heavy fog. You know things are there, there's just no possible way to see them. Incidentally, that was the state of my brain Thursday. Utterly fried.
Well, I have work that needs to be getting on with. So do you, presumably.