Monthly Archives: January 2014

Day Thirty: Wallowing in Disappointment

I heard Coriolanus is fantastic.  Brilliant acting, minimalist set, fantastic directing. I, however, didn’t get to see it. We arrived at the theatre and handed over our tickets to the ticket-tearer-guy, and he told us something about how the file they’d … Continue reading

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Day Twenty-Nine: Bullied by my Character

The Trickster won’t leave me alone. I want to go back to working on Deirdre and Evan’s piece, but this guy keeps poking my grey matter.  He demands attention, and then skips off before I can get anything from him. … Continue reading

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Days Twenty-Seven and Twenty-Eight: He’s Clue-ing for Looks!

I was too tired to update last night.  I stayed up stupidly-late watching the first two episodes of Sherlock, and drunk Sherlock is the funniest thing.  So my hour of “writing” yesterday was mostly just watching Sherlock stumble around drunk … Continue reading

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Day Twenty-Six: a Spider, a Fox, a Coyote, and a Raven Walk into a Bar…

I worked on more Trickster research today.  Not that I’m done researching it, but I finished with the articles from one particular text.  I’ve got one more to go through. So far, I’ve pull out several traits that seem to … Continue reading

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Day Twenty-Five: Tricksters and Hips

Yeah, so I shouldn’t have let that Trickster take up residence in my head yesterday.  Usually when an idea gets its hooks in, I can satisfy it with a little word doodle, and return to other projects.  Not this guy. … Continue reading

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Day Twenty-Four: The Trickster

Today’s writing was another story fragment.  I lucked out and got to see I, Frankenstein before work today,  and there was one scene where the demons were storming the church, where the gargoyles had Adam chained up.  Adam convinced his … Continue reading

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Day Twenty-Three: App Dabbling

I tried the other new writing/editing app today.   This one’s called WritePlus, and again, it’s free to download.   I like this one a lot better.  There are a few formatting options, a scroll bar appears when your text … Continue reading

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