I edited an article.
I looked at the colchicum. The flowers weren't open as much as yesterday, or perhaps it was the time of day. I took a few pictures of them.
I edited a novelette. I worked on editing a short story. I'll probably turn the short story in tomorrow.
I saw on a Tumblr post that "(Def)inition" had been updated. I read the chapter. I think the last chapter Hedgerose posted had been in February, but she was clear that it had not been abandoned. She said there would be a chapter in September. The chapter didn't end on a cliffhanger or anything, but I hope the rest of the chapters are posted within the next few months. I am eager to see how the last of it develops.
Later: I finished reading Mourning Heaven. I'll have to ask Uly if it made him cry. It probably did. TallCR said that he'd lend me other books by Amy Lane. Apparently he has quite the collection. I'd read a couple of her short stories. She wrote Chase in Shadow, another I borrowed from TallCR. I've read part of Dex in Blue, which I own.
Mourning Heaven had a Glee reference, which I was not prepared for. That's twice lately that I've read m/m romances in which kids understood what gay meant by having seen Kurt on Glee. Not that the romances are mainstream, but it's striking to me that Kurt is the first gay guy that many people feel they "know," and he's a fictional character. I'm coming to it from a very different perspective. Over twenty years ago, I was a member of a college GLB (T added later) group, and frequently hung out with the gay boys. I was known as "the bisexual f*g hag." One semester I was roommates in an off-campus apartment with a guy who was at some point president of the organization. I've posted here about the couple of years a few years ago that I spent volunteering with the GLBT college group, and how S. became my secret love child. So I had known a number of gay guys in real life many years before I ever started watching Glee. Younger generations seem to be having a very different experience.