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Graham Strong's WIP
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As I mentioned in my last post, I’m currently editing what I have so far, and locking it away in a separate file marked “Your Eyes Only” — which will mean anyone’s eyes but mine. It is time to get … Continue reading
Schrodinger’s Cat scratching to get out. (Or not scratching to get out. Depending.) Either way, I’m officially calling this day the first day of the Final Stretch. The question I’m pondering now is, do I let people read it before … Continue reading
Has it come to this? Monthly updates? lol. I started from the beginning again recently. Put another hour and a half in this morning. Crafting. Trimming. Polishing. I like this book. I like the intricacies (I think I’m) weaving into the story. … Continue reading
I’ve been frozen this week, both literally and literally. Here’s what the temperature was when I put the kids on the bus on Monday. For all you US readers out there, -36 Celsius is just about -36 Fahrenheit — the … Continue reading
I have not been a fan of The Great Gatsby translations to the big screen. The closest, I think, was the Robert Redford and Mia Farrow one in the 70s. It was a product of its time, which is to … Continue reading
I think I’ve mentioned here that I’ve been looking into self-pubbing as a possibility for my book. I’m not convinced this is the way to go, but if nothing else, I find it fascinating to do a bit of research … Continue reading
Great session today. Not a lot of words edited, but I’m happy with the ones I polished. Took my first draft that was raw and crafted it into something a little more cerebral and edgy and symbolic — all while … Continue reading
Got a lot a good work in today, getting through most of Part 3. A few tweaks here and there, but mostly I like what I have. Gearing up for the end of Part 3 and then the hardest part … Continue reading
Did I ever tell you about the time I became a book smuggler? It wasn’t Bibles into Communist Russia (or even Playboys, for that matter). In fact, I didn’t even realize I was doing it at the time. It was … Continue reading