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March 2017



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lion in winter broken because you're bri

it goes like this. the fourth. the fifth. the minor fall. the major lift.

words since 12:00 AM Monday: 4303
sleep since 6:30 AM Sunday: 3 hours
hours in deathmarch so far: 19
pages written: 23
pots coffee: 1
large mugs salabat: 1
pots tisane: 1 (licorice spice)
pots tea: 1 (black dragonfruit)
handfuls of nutritional supplements: 1 (flax oil, borage oil, assorted vitamins)
food: pretzel rod, sticky rice with soy sauce, cheese and rosemary crackers, mushroom chicken steamed bun, olives marinated in bay, greek yogurt, cherries, two persimmons with lemon juice, 3 cubes of crystallized ginger; and a big bowl of fortified whole-grain angelhair pasta with cheese. Yes, I carb up under stress.
alcohol: 3 shots of bourbon

By the way? This is what I mean when I say that I am not a fast writer, but I am dogged. *g*

Well maybe there's a God above
But all I ever learned from Love
Is how to shoot at someone who outdrew you.

This book is not a love story.
Neither is it a harpy story.

I'm not sure what it is, exactly.

Maybe it's a love story for harpies.

And that's it for tonight. We wil resume warblogging the end of the novel tomorrow morning, when you may hear Dr. eBear say...

"Oh, my God. Are we there yet?"


Have I mentioned how much I enjoy reading your entry titles? I might sound odd for saying so, but I enjoy those.
Mostly cribbed song lyrics. *g*

there's a blaze of light in every word

I was about to say exactly the same thing...
The title is yours, with my blessing.

Go with god. ;-)
which k.d.Lang album is that on, I must have it for my own!

Hymns of the 49th Parallel. Her cover album of tunes by Canadian artists.

It is to love.
I love your icon. Lion in Winter is one of my favorite movies.
Yours if you want it. *g* There's a bunch more in my galleries.
Oh, yeah. I mean, I like it if people ask before they take, and all, and credit, but yes, icons are for sharing. *g*
One assumes "variations on a theme" are not discouraged neither.
Good luck tomorrow. The warblogging is really interesting, and inspiring, actually. It's made me sit down and write more tonight, though I thought I was done for the day. Thank you for that.
Glad it's not just of use to me!
Damn, now I have to track down a copy of the album the Bono version is on. At least Amazon seems to have some used copies available not too expensively.

(Versions I already have: two different Cohen versions, the Buckley, the Cale, the lang, Rufus Wainwright, and Brandi Carlisle.)
And now I have to go find the Cale.

Damn you.

Actually, that's far from the best cover on Tower Of Song. It's got some brill stuff on it.
Do you want the Regina Spektor Hallelujah to add to that collection? *grins*
*g* I always want more Hallelujah.
I aim to please.

Do you have the Rufus Wainwright version? I can provide!
Drop me an email.

I can swap you Willie Nelson. *g*

Or k.d.lang....

Go Bear Go!

I'm loving the war correspondence! And counting myself fortunate that this year and next are designated short stories only for me. Now stop resting and go chuck that ring in that volcano over there so the suspiciously-underutilised-earlier-in-the-story eagles can take us home. Playing bloody Hotel California, no doubt. Bastards.

Re: Go Bear Go!

Man, if only I had a fat hobbit along to schlep my gear.
You quoted my favorite lines from one of my all-time favorite songs.