So, I'm hot, frustrated, tired - and all because of work. Great eh?
So in lieu of something witty and original, I bring you a quote:
"Books in a genre may well remind you of other books in that genre. This is allowed. If it wasn't, H G Wells would have been the only person permitted to write about time machines. Being a fantasy writer is like being allowed to sit around a big bubbling pot, a stew made up of everything that's gone before. You're allowed to take a certain amount of stuff out, and you don't object if it turns out that you're putting stuff in, too. And so the stew bubbles on. There are only two crimes: one is to claim that the pot is yours, and that the other is to claim that there is no pot."
- Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld novels
And with that, I remind myself that tomorrow is another day and that this, too, shall pass.
n.b. - must have been tired... originally got the novel series wrong (thanks hon)