Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sometimes it just…happens

Update #5 for the month of July. This has got to be a record. Because yesterday was Monday, I spent hours doing repetitive tasks at the lab. Because I was doing repetitive tasks, my mind started to wander and because … Continue reading

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Update Log – 7/27/14

This is the first all-story-and-no-spec update in a long, long time. Maybe it’s just coincidence, but the fact that I’m reading books again probably has something to do with it. Odyssey New Passages: in “Looking Forward” “Learn to Live” These … Continue reading

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Even the title is edited (two years later!)

Edits are a given. I think I get more joy out of editing than writing sometimes. I even edit these update logs (this sentence is itself an edit). One of my biggest planned edits is an overhaul of the Odyssey … Continue reading

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Update Log – 7/16/14

Paradoxically, my busy working-adult schedule seems to be feeding my artistic fire rather than quenching it. I think it has something to do with wanting to make the most of my limited free time. I certainly don’t spend as much … Continue reading

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Update Log – 7/4/14

Ilion Examples added to Bottlenecks Odyssey New passages: in “Red Letter Day,” another letter from another brother

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