My copy of Grand Theft Auto V arrived this morning, and I’m taking a break to stave off the onset of repetitive stress disorder in my trigger finger, so thought I’d do up a little graph of my productivity levels at the moment. Let’s just say I’m hopeful it doesn’t take too long to complete, otherwise there might be some readjustment of release dates…
Not a huge amount to report at the moment, I just wanted to post something as things have been rather quiet hereabouts lately.
My excuse for the silence is that I’m working hard on various things at the moment. Part 2 of the Society of the Sword trilogy is still away being edited, so I’m working on the second draft of what will be my next release after the trilogy is all done. It’s a stand alone story, and I have to admit I’m quite excited about it!
Someone posted this Michael Jordan quote over on the Kboards forum a few days ago (here) and I really liked it so thought I’d repost it.
I’ve missed over 9,000 shots in my career.
I’ve lost almost 300 games.
26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed.
I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life.
And that is why I succeed.
Wikiquote attributes it to Nike Culture : The Sign of the Swoosh (1998), by Robert Goldman and Stephen Papson, p. 49. I haven’t read it, so if I’m mistaken on this, feel free to correct me in the comments below and I’ll update.
With such an uplifting quote, I feel the need to restore balance and impart a little misery. Here’s my least favourite piece of advice, which I’ve just heard on TV and am thus reminded of it.
You have to manage your expectations.
Eugh. ‘Nuff said.