He also suggested I try an NRI, Wellbutrin, in conjunction with the Prozac for an added pick-me-up. But the idea of adding more pills to my daily cocktail did not please me, so we're compromising. I'm going to wean off the Prozac this week, and then switch to Effexor XR, which is both an NRI and an SSRI. Starting the Effexor at 37.5mg/day next week, and then the plan is to increase that weekly until I hit 150mg/day.
Fun with psychotropics. So not whee.
- Contract and final edits from Aberrant Dreams for "The Son that Pain Made." Everything looks great and the contract's signed and in the mail.
- 41-day "regret that we cannot use it" from Pedestal with invite to submit again.
- 14-day "Dear Author" (ouch) from LCRW.
I think I've noticed an odd trend with my writing. Genre markets with literary penchants don't seem to like me. But literary publications that are receptive to genre do. I'm so confused.
1000 words on the funny little story, and it's at zero draft. That was gratifyingly fast. Nice muse, nice word flow. Maybe it's all the NaNoWriMo energy radiating off my flist rubbing off.
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