1. Copyediting the final manuscript for The Love We Share Without Knowing.
2. Getting a local writer’s group up and running.
3. Getting a local book club up and running at the Oakland Center for the Arts. (Want to join? E-mail me!)
4. Working out again, finally!
5. Getting a story ready to submit to a magazine.
6. Writing a story solicited by another magazine.
7. Landscaping. I like the results better than the efforts, which is probably true of many projects.
8. Scaring cats out of my office while I try to work.
9. Eating Japanese food. I recently found a really good Asian market nearby-ish. Yay!
10. Attempting to catch up on my very full e-mail inbox. If I owe you one, sorry! I’m working as fast as I can!
What kind of food can you buy there?
3. vs 10.
If I e-mailed you, probably you’d not answer. So…
Well, however, I’m in Italy.
14 pages to the end.
I love Gracie, and this is a trouble, because she’s too young.
to be continued…
Okaasan, all kinds of food can be bought there. I’ll tell you in an e-mail, which I’ll write to you very soon!
ndr, I hope you like the end! Gracie is certainly someone who I hear a lot of people love, regardless of age. 😉
I like your attention to the words, in the book. words become little stones, words seen as concrete objects. There are many interesting things, details.
Adam (and Tia explains…)…Gracie-Grace…Lucy…pher…Marks…Andy, who’s the first to see Adam when come back (and Andrea is the first who sees Jesus, and go to call Simon-Peter…) don’t know if it’s right.
thank you Christopher.