July 02, 2005

a book

Every year I think of a list of things that I will do the following summer: like learning a language, doing some DIY etc. Most summers I never get round to them, as better lazier things of greater importance take priority. However, I've noticed in writing each new list that while some of these targets are dropped and some new ones are added, one common mainstay on my numerous lists is that I will write a novel.

So I will.1

In fact I'll write two.

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1. you can hold me to it.


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  1. Mia Brackenridge

    Ooo good luck with that!
    I'm hoping my 'to do' lists will completed too. Chances of that, however, are slim :)

    02 Jul 2005, 17:26

  2. Hmmm… Thought the to do stuff was supposed to be done already. Ah well… enjoy dude.

    Kelvin

    05 Jul 2005, 20:51


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    Grrr the novel takes up my spare time and i'm not getting anywhere with it. Writing one novel is proving more difficult then anticipated, and i've yet to suffer writer's block. I remember telling a friend at uni that I was going to write a book, she was d…

    Some Silly Sentences Of Sense - 24 Aug 2005, 12:46

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