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bear by san

I have cover art.














Also, some additional progress notes for 15 August 2004

Yesterday:

One-Eyed Jack

New Words: </i>: 2300
Total Words:: 30,366 words, 139 pages
Reason for stopping: bedtime
Mammalian Assistance: Marlowe needs looooove
Stimulants: Russian Caravan

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I just squee'd everywhere.

Can I be a fangirl yet? Can I? Huh?
*g* I'm fangirling myself. How sad is that?
I'd buy it, 'cuz her boots are cool.

Um..."also some" what? Or is that for you to know and us to find out?
Sorry. Little HTML issue there...
Cooo-ol.
is that a heart over the "i" in Elizabeth, or am I on crack?
Looks like an inverted triangle to me
Hooray!
Ooooooooooh
I know where you can buy those boots.

Re: ((drools))

I like the little green lights in Jenny's metal hand. They don't show up too good in the 256-color downsized version, but they're in there.
Woohoo!

And her breasts are not the size of watermelons! How on earth did you pull THAT off? ;-D
My editor is protective. *g*
Wow, Bear, that's fantastic! That chick is so cool! I want to *be* her!

I love the words, too... very provocative.

Very Bear. :D

Can't wait to buy it!
Hee. I don't think you'd actually want to *be* her. Trust me on that one.

But yeah, I think she's cool too.

Jenny's one of my own characters who I have a super-huge crush on.
Wow, Bear. That's all kinds of cool! 'gratz!
Shiny.

---L.
Nice boots. Can I buy your book? ;)

Seriously, it's a cool cover, in the tradition of that alluring pulp fiction of the past, *plus* it highlights your name. And did I mention the boots?
Well, I do hope it's pulpy enough to be a good read. If you know what I mean.

There's this line between pulp and literature that I aim at. Whether I hit it is anybody's guess....
Wow. That is *awesome*, Bear!!!
Excellent! It looks really sharp!

I second the comment about the coolness of the realistic proportions.
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