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drive train _ netcurmudgeon

I do not know what I look like anymore.

Progress notes for7 July 2006:

Undertow

New Words:  2,190
Total Words: 81240 / 94250
Pages: 377
Deadline: August 1
Words per day to meet deadline: 230
Scenes left / scenes myrtilized (notecards, if I were using notecards this book): 10/8
Reason for stopping: end of scene. tired. the ends of books always seem dumb while you are writing them. finish teh draft.

Stimulants:  beer and Laphroaig
Exercise: none. I was going to go for a bike ride and decided that the path of virtue was the book.
Mail: More reviews:

Trip's Life Blog likes both Glasshouse and Blood and Iron. (scroll down)

Emerald City reviews Interzone 203

As does IROSF (free registration required)

Today's words Word don't know: bandoliers
Words I'm surprised Word do know: bandoleers

Mean Things: spontaneous human combustion; massive exigency correction collapse, alien invasion (2)
Tyop du jour: he sot one and disarmed the other
Books in progress: Martin Cruz Smith, Stallion Gate; Jane Austen, Pride & Prejudice;
Things I'm glad I didn't go to my grave without: Ben Rosenbaum's flash story, "The Orange"

Comments

Am I allowed to be vaguely disturbed that 'spontaneous human combustion' appears on the list when the word of the day is Bandoliers? o_O;
if you insist *g*

nice doggie!
Actually, she is a kitty (lion-ish thing) from a long defunct comic strip that was a vague rip-off of My Little Ponies. ... As Opposed to Shiny Happy Sparkle Ponies, which is 100% parody of everything 80's. ^_~ *grin*
How's Darcy working out for you?
I'm sorry; do you think, between the full time job, the other full time job, the deadlines and the conventions, that I've made any significant progress on reading?

You must be issued more hours in your day than I get.
Heh. Actually, I take a bus to my job, so I don't have anything else to do at that time but read.
*g* busses are good that way.
I don't see the IROSF review. The June issue is still up for me. :(
It's in the April issue.
Doh! Thanks!!!
I think I fixed the link.

Semagic hates me lately.
Things I'm glad I didn't go to my grave without: Ben Rosenbaum's flash story, "The Orange"


That was wonderful!
My niece's name is Rhiannon. You're not my niece, are you? [Pauses, to check chibicharibdys's profile & LJ] Nope, don't believe so. Fine name, though...
It's a most excellent name.

And Rhiannon is great jazz singer. She used to be the front woman for a band called Alive!
Holy crap, that Rosenbaum story was effing brilliant.
Ben is very very very good at what he do. *g* Also, a nice boy.

(Anonymous)

awww...

thanks!

Ben

Re: awww...

You're welcome.

Also, I love that story a lot. *g*
You are such a stud, eBear.

While still so cute and frisky.

You are just so damned complex.

shyucks, ma'am.
Yike, I been linked!

Had I thought such a thing would ever happen, I would have provided a permalink for each entry! Maybe I'll do that while I'm hiding from the horrible terrible sun all weekend. In the meantime, this should do.

And yes, I liked both books quite a lot. Now I am waiting for james_nicoll to finish reading Carnival so it can be sold in stores already!
We all have to wait for James. *g*

And hey, I link whatever Google Blogsearch gives me. *g*