Saturday, September 29, 2007

Saturday, September 29, 2007
Waning Moon
Sunny and cool

I got my hair cut yesterday and feel much better. My hair person asked if I was eating organic – she says my hair gets thicker and healthier every time she cuts it. Good to know it’s working somewhere!

We’re in Building Hell again with the new owners. It’s ugly and will only get worse. I suspect these are the same shysters as were behind it before, so it’s not like they’ll obey any of the laws or deal honestly with anyone.

I worked like crazy to get out my revised article; also worked on the material for Confidential Job #1. Didn’t get it done, so must get it done today. Also have three more articles to get out today, and three more tomorrow.

Finished Revenge Tangents this morning. It’s a first draft, needs lots of work, but I’m happy with it. And it means I can start Prince Paisley’s Chintz, the next adventure for these characters, tomorrow.

Not much to say. Trying to stay strong and not fall into a paralyzing depression with all of this. I’m so sick of it – why can’t people just deal honorably with each other under the law? Why do they take such joy in being evil?


Revenge Tangents – 24,625 words out of est. 24,625 words

Zokutou word meter
24 / 24
Published in: on September 29, 2007 at 8:50 am  Comments (3)  


  1. Congrats on finishing Revenge Tangents. Good luck with your next writing adventure.

    I do know what you mean about people not obeying the laws, yet we do and we’re the ones to suffer.

    I hope you have a good Saturday.

  2. I’ve never understood why things business matters can’t be dealt with in a fair and ethical legal manner.

    Congratulations on finishing Revenge Tangents, you’ve worked so hard on it!

    I’m glad you enjoy your new hair cut. And I also hope that you are able to keep things from making you depressed. You deserve better.

    I hope you had a pleasant day and that you have a relaxing sunday!

  3. Congrats on finishing Revenge Tangents! That’s wonderful! You have so much dedication.. I admire you for that (among other things!) I hope you are able to keep from getting depressed. Use your feelings in your writing. Perhaps that will help. It always seems to help me.

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