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GOT: BDSM!Joffrey does not quite cancel out scheming!Margaery from last episode, but it comes close. Bleaaghghghggh.

Brain mint, please.

Thing I learned last weekend: Freezepop turned into a cuddlier Ladytron while I wasn't paying attention. I like it. I think this album is much more solid than the others I've heard from them. Given my track record, it's probably their least popular yet. I tend to do that. ;)

I've been doing nothing for the last few days except organizing the craft room. It was a bit of a wreck after the convention - sprinting to the finish line, and all of that. Somewhat better now. When I get a little more space opened up, I'll set up our spare coffee machine down there. Let's hear it for bribery!

Also writing a bit, but more reorganizing old scenes (spreading them out in time, etc.) than forging new ground. It's keeping my hand in. I had an alarming conversation with the hubs about writing a few days ago, after I confessed that some books make me feel like I can write better than I thought I could. (Not necessarily better than the authors's complicated. And yes, it does sound conceited.)

The thought of having my stuff beta-read or published terrified me, so that suggests to me that I should stay the course for now.


Apr. 12th, 2012 01:45 pm
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Our late "Christmas" Amazon order came in, i.e. "let's buy some things that we both want, in some proportion, because we didn't actually buy anything for one another for Christmas." The box includes, among other things, Game of Thrones season 1 and Princess Jellyfish. I've been thinking about editing with both of these things.

Decisions, decisions! Both? Maybe! I don't know. Let's rewatch both and apply the brakes, here. But then, if I weren't apt to run off with wacky ideas, I wouldn't have had half as much fun with editing over the years.

I also got my bulk order of teddy bear supplies, earlier this week. Bags of disembodied eyes and noses and plastic joints. Cute and macabre. Eeeeexcellent.


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