My domain name expired, but for reasons best left unspeculated upon, the email address that was the recipient of the renewal emails was set to something that hasn’t worked in over a year. Somehow they managed to get me on an address that works, though, so all is now restored. (Though it may take longer to propegate for some readers than for others. I have now fixed the registration for all my domain names, so all should be smooth sailing.
In other news, I have my first rejection of the year! I’ve been on a stress-induced hiatus until recently, so in theory, I’m behind schedule. However, it feels good to be “back in the game,” even if I’m striking out. I have a feeling I know why it didn’t win, not being quite as dark or freaky as the judges wanted. Or at least, that’s what I’ll tell myself. 🙂 Now to find a different market for it. It’s a short, which seems to be more common in the screenplay contest realm. It has some not-so-subtle religious tones, which will narrow the interest. I’m still rather proud of it, though.
I have yet to figure out how to convince my roommate that it’s a good thing that I got a rejection letter. I have been in contests to see who could get the most rejection letters, which has helped take the sting out of it.
(Well, most of the sting. *sniff* So misunderstood!) 😉