Aug the Eighteenth
For every man in black that flees across the desert, there will always be a gunslinger who follows.
Hello Journal, I had a very Stephen King day today. I decided that, instead of reading the Dark Tower books in published order like I did my first time, I’m going to read them in canonical order. Do you know what that means? Not starting with The Gunslinger but rather with The Little Sisters of Eluria short story (that originally appeared in Everything’s Eventual, ho-ho hey-hey). I read a PDF of LSoE, the entire Gunslinger from cover to cover, and about a quarter of Drawing of the Three. My entire day was spent searching for the Dark Tower, and it was a glorious day. The grandest of days. I bet if I keep going at this pace I’ll have them all read in a week, which would be great timing because that’s usually how long the withdrawals last.
Speaking of which… actually, never mind. There’s… I could write more on that subject, but doing so would make it real. No need to make it real. I’m’a just keep on reading all day every day until I’ve gone through the whole series, that’s all. Not go’n’a say anything else. Might not even journal about anything else. Might not even go outside until the reading is done, although that would be a little bit drastic, I don’t know.
I’m’a just keep on reading. Well, I’m going to bed now, but when I wake up I’m’a just keep on reading.
Thank you, Journal. ‘Preciate ya. Good sleeps and good dreams~
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