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[Comments] (1) : I added an RSS feed of the new books published by Dover to the Automat. Now it's easy to keep track of what's going on at every nerd's favorite not-quite-general-purpose publishing house. Don't miss Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics or Country and Suburban Houses of the Twenties: With Photographs and Floor Plans. Sometimes Dover's books are awesome and sometimes they remind me of Andy's father's geology books that we made fun of in ZZT games. "Why drink coffee when you can read Origin of Sedimentary Rocks, or the heart-pounding, best-selling Principles of Geomorphology."

Cannibalism story is done in rough draft, which is good, but now I'm back to my usual uncaring state about story-writing. I was hoping I'd get writing fever and end up going NaNoWriMo and writing the whole novel of which that story is but a set piece, but it seems that's not what my brain has in store for me. I did discover that making up a story while handwriting it goes a lot faster than doing so while typing it.

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Posted by Rachel at Sun Jan 16 2005 19:49

You too? It's funny how I can type faster than write, but not while I'm actually *writing*. I thought I was the only one.


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