Tucked away at the Banff Centre.

I promise that there is, in fact, writing going on. Really. Truly.

But also a trip up to the top of Sulphur Mountain. Lunch in town with good company, and then a trip up the gondola where the rain turned to snow.

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Lots of snow. These tourists were pretty excited about it:

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And we managed to catch the eclipse, which I was pretty excited about:

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So the plan for today is more writing. I have a meeting with my editor in the morning on Google Hangouts, some laundry going, and a plan to write like the wind. The novel feels like it’s coming together. I’m starting to see the characters are going, finding new connections for them (largely as a result of that walking meditation — the third part of that trip was to stand and listen to the whisperings of the story, which was inspiring in ways I didn’t expect).

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I’m starting to think that I just may emerge from this studio at the end of next week with a book.

3 thoughts on “Tucked away at the Banff Centre.

  1. Wow, what a difference a month can make weather-wise! I went up that mountain at the end of September and barely needed jacket.

    Glad the writing’s been going so well!

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