Monthly Archives: November 2007

71,832

The book is dovetailing nicely toward an end. It is literature. It is a bible. It is the Dianetics of the literary world, and a thousand years from now entire religions will form around its greatness. This novel is the … Continue reading

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More sounds of draft one

• George Thorogood and the Destroyers – Who Do You Love? • The Clash – Should I Stay or Go Now? • Soundtrack to Batman Begins (right amount of creepy and dramatic surges for bits in the last half of … Continue reading

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This is the end

I may regret that blog title, as I’m not actually at the end. But I’m getting close enough to consider the “hows” of the end. It’s scaring the living crap right out of my frail little girl-like body. Initially the … Continue reading

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Sixty-five thousand

Wo hoo! Cracked sixty-five thousand words today. And that’s during a week which saw diminished production. A couple of my days were only one thousand word days. I can’t believe it, but I may very well be approaching the home … Continue reading

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I feel bad

The probable beginnings of a cold have combined with a general lethargy in my writing. It was a struggle to hit one thousand words that I would actually keep in the first draft. I must have spent four hours writing … Continue reading

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