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writing dust bible 'house of dust"

take it up with the great deceiver

2222 words on Grail today, finished chapter one and started chapter two, and in a minute here I have to eat something and then go swim and then go over to a friend's house and have tea and borrow the fax machine. The days are just packed, I tell you.

Last night, I got about 1600 words on Shadow Unit related material, which I logged for today because I had already posted.

Yep. I am mighty. I have no idea what's happening in this book, except people are sitting around eating and worrying about each other, but I have faith, It'll all come right in the end.

Mean things today: kids grow up, and Tristen never gets to be anybody's daddy for long.

Also, giant freshwater space salmon.


6022 / 100000 words. 6% done!

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Also, giant freshwater space salmon.


Omnomnomnom. Unless they're sentient. Or radioactive.

Edited at 2009-11-09 07:26 pm (UTC)
Or both.
Mmmm... space lox! Beats krill paste spread on algae-flour crackers...
Don't you mean especially if they're radioactive? I mean, a person could become Salmonman... (Swims upstream, yes he does...)
The title... Further to Fly by Paul Simon, yes?

Oh yes.
I have no idea what's happening in this book, except people are sitting around eating and worrying about each other, but I have faith, It'll all come right in the end.

I should needlepoint this on a pillow, so I can rest my head on it and remember I am not the only writer who wonders what's going on while the characters sometimes sit around eating and worrying. *g* Thanks!
any day that includes giant freshwater space salmon pretty much has to be worth while, seems to me. ;)
You know, if all the writers who loved/wrote scenes of characters sitting around eating and worrying/displaying their colorful personalities/acting up/acting out bought each other's books, we'd all earn out faster.

Just saying.
Yay! The magical 6%! It's all skating downhill from here. :)