My plans are to a) finish responding to Tiptree anthology e-mails, because that's urgent, then b) go through all my workshop print-outs and implement edits on the novel so far.
Flight is now done with parts 1 & 2, and up to 41,000 words, roughly. I'm thinking it'll be about 100-120K in the end, so I'm maybe a third of the way through? We'll see! I may not get to drafting new material today, but I'd ideally like to get down at least the first scene of part III. Our heroine will be stumbling into a mob riot -- should be interesting.
Paragraph from the last scene I wrote, end of Part II:
"You went away. That was what they said, that when it happened, you went away, put your soul in a box and sent it out, journeying on the salt sea. She had never seen a sea, though daddy had promised her one. He had kissed her and said that one day, he would take her away, on a ship that could Jump from one world to the next. Just he and she, on a grand adventure. Mummy wouldnt understand, wasnt the sort to enjoy an adventure. Mummy liked to clean the house, wanted everything neat and tidy, and she didnt understand that sometimes, a girl needed to be a little wild, go a little further than was allowed..."