it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
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another broken bottle and the damage done

Progress notes for 27 November 2005:

Undertow

New Words: 1637
Total Words: 2,601
Pages: 13
Reason for stopping: lunch, and I'm not sure how the conversation goes.
Mammalian Assistance: Marlowe came to steal my breakfast, and Paladin WANTS something.
Stimulants: bengal spice tea, leftover turkey and gravy on a leftover biscuit.
Exercise: Gothercise, 30 minutes.
Mail: nomail
Today's words Word don't know: Caetei, Pacu, Arowana, Loach, Hippolytae, Gourami, Plecostomus, Flowerhorn, Goby,
Words I'm surprised Word do know: epicanthic
Tyop du jour: n/a
Darling du jour: n/a
Mean things: beat up the frog boygirl
Books in Progress: Manda Scott, Dreaming the Eagle; The Adams-Jefferson Letters;
Books read: Park Honan, Christopher Marlowe: Poet & Spy; Peter Ackroyd, Shakespeare: The Biography; J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (who were, I might add, Sir Largely Not Appearing In This Novel, but I did make it all the way through the whole book on the second try--it's less frustrating to read the middle once you know how it ends); J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince; Ben Jonson, Sejanus; Ladislas Farago, The Game of The Foxes;

Spam name du jour: Summarizing M. Waller
Other writing-related work: n/a
Interesting tidbits: Thank you, Ron Charles, for this paragraph:

It's galling that some authors, such as, say, Anita Shreve, must constantly defend themselves from the pejorative "romance" label no matter how well they write, while romantic fluff like this can pass itself off as "literary fiction." It's the same in the kitchen, of course: Women just cook, but men are chefs.

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