The reading at Twilight Tales went well -- it was nice to have enough time to read an entire story; most of my readings are more like ten minutes, or five, or two. Okay, not two, but close. Supportive, attentive crowd; a pleasant place to read.
Today, I'm going to spend the morning doing some unpacking and cleaning; I'd like to get the first floor in reasonable shape (recovered from my two weeks' absence) by 1, because a nice lady from the Chicago Reader is coming by to interview me then. I should also shower and dress, since I don't think it's such a good idea to be interviewed in my t-shirt and underwear. Though it'd make an impression, I admit.
So that's the plan. Assuming I still have a brain after that, I'll try to work on the novel this afternoon. And exercise -- god, it's been weeks since I exercised, unless you count a lazy half-hour in Lisette's pool.