harry potter

In which I post twice in one day,

1. Am answering my shameful comment backlog. Aside from fic feedback, which must always be answered, is it okay for me to declare an amnesty for comments that are three weeks old? Man, I totally went out to lunch around here in May.
2. At this rate, I'm going to be catching up with summer_of_giles after it's all over.
3. I feel no real urgency to see the newest Harry Potter movie, which means it'll be the first one that I won't see within 24 hours of its opening. I was thinking about why, and I suspect it has to do with the publication of the end of the story. Some tension and drive is lost by knowing the resolution of everything. Maybe.
4. Revision for the Remix will stop tomorrow, after which I will plunge into writing oodles of fresh prose for my Summer of Giles story. Which has been decided upon, note careful use of passive voice.
5. The plan is for me to hop into my car and head east for WriterCon the minute after I post SoG on Monday, July 27. But that might be too late. I might have to post while on the road. I need to start route-planning now.

What's up with you?
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See, I don't feel that loss of tension because I still want to know how they'll film it - which stuff makes it to screen and which doesn't. That said, we're also waiting to see HBP. We had the option of going to a screening for over 18s only, so we took that which means we won't see it till Saturday. Usually my drive to go see it quickly is more to do with not being spoiled, obv. not for the story, but for the way certain scenes are handled.

I think amnesties (sp?) should be automatic after 3 weeks. RL means we can't always respond in a timely fashion and sometimes that means the reply then becomes less relevant. (Which, btw, sorry for not replying to your comment re the lj messaging problem.) Which is a longwinded way of saying I think your flist is going to forgive you. To comment is human; to forgive lack of replies, divine. ;-D