New recording, old recordings, whatever I can find to pad this out
As it's now late in the book thread, superceded by another thread, permit me to muse (Oklahoma, not Oregon) at some length on creativity and feedback.
Didn't get a lot of book reading done this week, but I continue to enjoy Washington Irving's Sketch Book.
This will be the first tale in the Harry Potter series not to be penned by Rowling.
2nd of 2
JTB: Mindful, I use typewriters now for initial drafts and personal correspondence. For clean, corrected copy I use a computer.
Pete: ...it was my unfortunates circumstance to witness this orgy of estrogen...
Pete's way with words is impressive and inspiring. :D
Wow, that comment looks even longer than I thought it would. Sorrrrry.
* slinks away in shame to go clip toenails *
1 of 6 ... Ha ha, just kidding.
Pondering art in the digital age, creatiivity, self-publication, and self-marketing, an armchair essay, digitally created, self-publlished, and self-marketed such as it is.
FenelonSpoke: "It would be good for someone to pay you...."
Late Morning, Glories!
"Off to slice a whole chunk of garbage out of my book and see if it makes it flow better. See you later."
I once read, all plots are from Shakespeare. —me
He copied all of his, too. —Jim in Virginia
Yes, but he copied ALL of the plots. Shakespeare is a big ol' cosmic nexus of plot.
"It was a damn good picture, simply because I stole it from a hell of a script...." —Poppins
I once read, all plots are from Shakespeare.
"And he was right - about a week ago, I woke up in the middle of the night with a 'holy shit, THAT's how the book ends!' brainstorm, and I've been writing ever since." -MPPPP
Enterprises of great pith and moment.
Introduction: Something new emerging.
At least it has been simmering.
How wise is it to argue with the omniscient narrator? Turing Circuits #5.
Fishing for a breakthrough. Turing Circuits #3.
Last night, I wrote a comment on another thread that became another long article. I hadn’t posted it. I had opened a page on my website to keep a copy but hadn’t saved it either. Then I got distracted, and at the end of the evening shut off the computer. Guess what!
You know what browsers need? The same thing Notepad has had since Windows 93: “You have unsaved text. Would you like to save it before shutting down?” Sheesh!
It's delightful to have a character surprise the author.
The series that didn't quite make it.
Nobody could figure where it came from.