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Untitled novella collaboration with truepenny (Possibly called "Wulfcarl," possibly not)

New Words: ~3500 (the other half are truepenny's)
Total Words: ~7000
Pages: 29
Reason for stopping: enough!
Mammalian Assistance: Mebd is sleeping on my desk. Marlowe has been affectionate, Signy has been pokey, Paladin has been aromatic and Ollie is hiding so I can't stab him.
Stimulants: Um... I had some... er. I kind of forgot to make tea.
Exercise: Dancing and stretches
Mail: nomail
Tyop du jour: nothing leaps to mind.
Books in progress: Ed Sanders, Tales of Beatnik Glory , Nancy Milford, Savage Beauty
Books completed:
;Peter Watts, Behemoth: Beta-Max
Other writing-related work: Edited at and pondered about L'esprit d'escalier a bit.

Comments

I notice a distinct grayness to the great State of Maine. You plan to remedy this omission anytime soon?
I would love to, but the opportunity hasn't presented itself. *g*

If I somehow manage to do, say, Boston to the tippy tip of Maine as a road trip after I move back east (please, Eris, let it be soon [the futility of praying to Eris reminds us to do, not pray, right?]) I can claim I have driven diagonally across the whole country the longest possible way, since I've been on that little bit of land south of San Diego from which you can look across the ocean and see Mexico...
Mmm, I think that was Loma Point. I really, really liked San Diego.

Point Loma's north of San Diego. *g* This is the little sand spit that connect Coronado to the mainland.
Erk--hmmm, while I know I've been there (and remember that it was the place where a lot of people watched their loved ones sail west during WWII), but now I've totally lost the name from my memory!

"On a clear day
You can see Tijuana..."