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Progress notes for 13 June 2006:

Still quit.

The thinkinkinking may be having an effect, though. I came up with something cool today. Which invalidates a different cool thing I was going to do, but ehn, that was too much like Carnival anyway.

Undertow

New Words:  0
Total Words: (actual / ms) 66287 / 75,750
Pages: 305
Deadline: August 1
Words per day to meet deadline: 495
Reason for stopping: never started


Stimulants:  limeade
Exercise:  none
Mail: John Scalzi posts the cover art for Subterranean 4, which is at press. ; Romantic Times review of The Chains That You Refuse; 
Books in progress: Martin Cruz Smith, Stallion Gate; Jay Lake, The Trial of Flowers
Other writing-related work: none
Interesting tidbits: like watching through the window while the neighbors channelsurf for porn
The glamour!: I am playing a lot of bejeweled. When I get bored with bejeweled, I will play alchemy.

I like bejeweled. It is unstinting with its praise.

Comments

I heartily support your decision to take a break. All work and no play makes Ebear kill everyone in the hotel.
Bejeweled and Alchemy are both fun, but I recommend Cubis. The sound effects are almost not annoying.
Ah, Bejeweled. My game of choice when the only other option would be messily killing a charater I will need in a couple of chapters. Althouhg Clickomania is presently giving it a run for its money. We'll see who the real winner is when I tackle this next pass through the second novel (which is, I still insist) a novel with training wheels on and not a true indication of what I might be able to do later.
Bejeweled and Clickomania are great on my Palm, but for a small, quick computer game -- Forty Thieves in an old, old, old (3/91, practically pre-internet time!) version.
Bejeweled is a lot of fun, for the couple weeks it addicts you.

---L.