Monthly Archives: September 2005

The play’s the thing

that Fisher is going to be in at the end of this week. It’s called some godawful thing like "Character is Important." And he plays Magic Mirror No. 2. Which is a speaking part. With three lines. That he can’t … Continue reading

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One love scene and a funeral

That’s what happened in Chapter 12, which I finished yesterday. And a Very Bad Thing for the Health and Sanity of Our Hero happened in Chapter 13, which I started yesterday, and need to finish today. So a noble experiment … Continue reading

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Raise a glass to marital bliss

Because he is a Fine Husband with Many Excellent Qualities, my sweetie made the trek up from Junction yesterday to spend the evening/night/part of the day today with me. Sans minis, sans employment-related responsibility. And so we celebrated at Handlebars: … Continue reading

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Gotta get over the hump

Well, I wrote another chapter yesterday (this book goes to eleven!), but I have a sneaking suspicion it’s crap. The highlight of my day was riding my bike down to Handlebars, a rather astonishingly authentic and yet genuinely friendly biker … Continue reading

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Being the tenth chapter of said novel

Yippee-ki-yi-aye, I wrote another chapter yesterday. And added a Point of Clarification (ok, several) to Chapter 9. Total: 4475 words. About 300 words less than the day before, but that’s OK. My Herm recommends Kitten Cannon for your amusement (warning: … Continue reading

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4,756 words on the book

4,756 words on the book…You go back, delete fourAnd then write five more4,757 words on the book! That’s what I got done yesterday. Finished Chapter 8, started and finished Chapter 9. And so far today, I’ve gone back and added … Continue reading

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Cabin, sweet cabin

Hail fellow, well met… at the Scarlet House, Silverton, Colorado. Your local source for free wireless access. The espresso machine doesn’t work (it’s having "emotional problems," according to the sign on the wall), but the tea is good. And did … Continue reading

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