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Something is coming
News about a big new project will be announced Monday.

In the meantime, I've been dealing with other issues:
my mom had a health scare last week but all is well.
I've got a colonoscopy scheduled for tomorrow so have eaten only chicken broth all day plus drinking water and elderflower soda (which I make with syrup and seltzer). Whoopie!
I've done the first round of editing the second story I've bought for Tor--"Rag and Bone" by Priya Sharma, which is scheduled to be published May 1st

Working with my webmaster to redesign my website and include a blog in/on it. Once that happens I'll probably leave livejournal and dreamwidth as LJ is full of spam and just pretty quiet these days. I don't have time to read it-I follow the people I want on google reader, twitter, and fb.

Mostly though, I'm reading: for the Best Horror of the Year #5;the Stoker Collection jury; and the Shirley Jackson Award.

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I used to think the prep part was the worst part until I had a doctor who managed to trap a giant air bubble in my body and didn't tell me that there was an easy way to fix it (Gas-Ex). Now I always take a box of same with me, just in case, because I never want pain like that again.

I hope it all goes very well and that you can drink and eat whatever you please again soon.
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Oh my. That sounds terrible. Apparently though, they put air into everyone so when everyone's taken out of the operating room we're all laying there farting away ;-). I could eat immediately after but am supposed to stay away from greasy foods for the day. And no alcohol for 24 hours.
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Trapped air causes amazing amounts of pain, so yes, the general recovery style is preferable. :)

Good luck!
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