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I cleaned off a bookshelf of Shakespeare and Dreamtime books... and filled it with more Shakespeare books, and SFF novels, and books about WWII in Russia. Those other books (The already read ones, that will be going with me to Michigan because they are referency stuff I may need again) are now in boxes, and the already-read novels that are being shipped off to my Mom eventually are in a different box.

I don't usually keep novels, except very special ones. Book management is an issue around here.



This is a sick, sick story. And I dunno what I would do without porphyrin to vet my wacky medical ideas.

Progress notes for 29 July 2005:

"The Something Dreaming Game"

New Words: 620
Total Words: 620
Pages: 3

Reason for stopping: Off to lunch with rezendi and maradydd, then came home to a headache. Also, end of scene, and time to stop for some research. And to go read some Kerouac.
Mammalian Assistance: Marlowe made a couple of drive-bys, Signy has poked a few times, and Paladin was underfoot. Whick I'm inclined to forgive, frankly.
Stimulants: ginger tea
Exercise: none
Mail:  nomail
Today's words Word don't know:  autoerotic
Tyop du jour: n/a
Darling du jour: It's the things we don't talk about that become the monsters under the bed.
Books in progress: Richard Overy, Russia's War: A History of the Soviet War Effort, 1941-1945; Jack Kerouac, On the Road; China Miéville, Iron Council
Books read: Greg Rucka, A Gentleman's Game; Warren Ellis, Absolute Authority; John Ostrander, Grimjack: Killer Instinct
Interesting research tidbits of the day: n/a
Other writing-related work: Slushed. A lot. I mean a lot of slush.

Comments

I'm almost finished with Scardown ... and I find myself wishing that the next book were out already.
Well, thank you!
Finished Scardown and now looking forward to Worldwired. Very curious to see what happens. The only good part about waiting is that I can make a dent in my reading backlog.
Yay!