it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
it's a great life, if you don't weaken

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I can't look at hobbles and I can't stand fences.

Progress notes for 10 October 2006:

"Hobnoblin Blues"

New Words:  1,587
Total Words: 5,138
Pages: 25
Deadline: -- 
Reason for stopping: done, hopefully, with a second draft that makes more sense. Yanno, I thought I had stopped ultracondensing my narratives.

Stimulants:  coffeeeeee
Exercise: none today. I might Goth later.
Mammalian assistance: Mebd had great fun campaigning for me to go to bed, starting around 11 pm last night.
Mail: sam_t likes The Chains That You Refuse.

And Carnival has been Harrieted. Spoilers for some book or another.

Today's words Word don't know: Thelonious, Crosby (But it knows Stills and Nash), unmagicked, unmagical, untucked, dvergar, Thor,
Words I'm surprised Word do know: Beethoven

Mean Things: Poor Ramona. She didn't deserve that. Also, Hob took a pounding, and the surgical tape itches.
Darling du jour: 

Nobody likes spilling the blood of a god if they can help it.

Bad precedent

Jury-rigging: The part where I had to shoehorn little snippets of exposition and motivation through the entire story. La.

There's always one more quirk in the character: Mmm. Dwarves.
Other writing-related work: none
Books in progress: Still reading the Scandahoovian legendry thing.
The Internet is full of Things: via Hal Duncan, the Smoking Gun posts Iggy Pop's concert rider, apparently penned by one Jos Grain.

Put your drink down.

We need: one (1) monitor man who speaks good English and is not afraid of death... Also, he needs to know a little bit about monitors. This may seem a little obvious, but believe me....

The glamour!: Dude, I'm sitting here reading Iggy Pop's concert rider. How much more glamorous does it get???

Tags: amusement value, hobnoblin blues, media, progress notes, reviews

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