Monthly Archives: January 2008

Cloverfield – awesome

Just saw Cloverfield, and it was better than I though it would be. Intense, thought the characters were true to the setting and the situations, really well done. Some reviews called out the “vapid and shallow twenty-something characters”. Well…it’s NYC, … Continue reading

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Second draft of Three Coins finished

I’ve finished the second draft of Three Coins, and my eyes want to pop out. Good progress, I think. I got carried away and tried to plunge right into the third draft. Big mistake, as just reading one page was … Continue reading

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A new thing and second drafts

An update on what I’ve been doing: 1. Finished reading the Moneymaker first draft, with notations throughout. I’m betting I’ll rewrite most of the last half. That would have been spine-breaking to realize during the writing. It is only agonizing … Continue reading

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And I just found a big piece

A “eureka!” moment. I’ve read about it. Supposedly other writes catch this moment, but it’s been strangely absent from my writing life. Until today. I’ve extricated myself from the beached whale that is the second draft of Moneymaker. It seems … Continue reading

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All my projects update

I had a busy day, and word-wise got a lot done, although the work was scattered across three different pieces, so it’s hard to get my head around what I accomplished today. Three Coins. I’ve done about seven more pages … Continue reading

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