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What Else, Week 46



Not a lot of progress, but I’m finally at 30K words, which is about the place things get tricky in a novel. I need to stop dithering and move on.

Lines shared this week:
The #1lineWed theme was “seat, sat, sit.”

Not only did Agatha shout, but in the close confines of the coach, Kelvaro felt her words push him into his seat.

The #FictFri theme was “trust.”

Agatha was some sort of community leader, Orther supposed, important in gaining the humans’ trust.


Judas: The Most Hated Name in History
Still reading Peter Stanford’s Judas. I might finish it this week. I also spent some time sampling some fiction, but nothing stuck. My next Deal Me In read is another selection from Masterpieces of Terror: John Gregory Betancourt’s “Tap Dancing.”


Posted this week:


November laziness in all things, apparently. I played ultimate on Wednesday and walked up to the mall on Friday, but that’s it. Women’s league was indeed cancelled.

Other Life Stuff

Been playing a bit of Minecraft. Minecraft is a good place to hide from the real world. When not searching for llamas and watching a forest mansion burn to the ground, I’ve been upgrading a village:


Also, happy that it’s basketball season once again. A week in, Nebraska is 3-0.

The next round of VOTS’ leagues is already gearing up. Makes me wish for the “nothing going on” days of summer.

I’m heading to my parent’s this week for Thanksgiving. I don’t expect I’ll get much done, but who knows?


Writer, publisher. Hobbies include reading, studying magic & illusions from a historical/theoretical perspective, and playing ultimate frisbee.

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