Prose Writing: 651 Words.
Comics Writing: 13 Pages.
The prose work was just noodling mostly. Getting down a few lines that occurred to me when I wasn't actively trying to think about the various prose projects in various stages of production. But what the hell. Advancing the ball just a bit is better than not at all, or losing ground.
The comics work was mostly on a new project that I can't mention yet. I was thinking about what I needed to do for the books I need to produce pages for, like JSA and Jack and Fables and The Literals, and that sparked some ideas for a project that isn't quite so pressing. So I did just a few pages of that, just to get the thing started. "Just to make sure I could find my way into the story," as Sturges might say. And doing those pages gave me an idea for Fables # 86, the non Bucky-drawn single story issue that immediately follows the Great Fables Crossover, and so I did some pages of that.
But I swear, Matt and Shelly and other interested parties, that tomorrow I will do the pages I most need to do in the order in which they are most needed.