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Aug the Twenty-Sixth – Untitled Bigfoot Project (36/224)

Aug the Twenty-Sixth

Another light reading day, but at the same time not really. I got to the point where Roland’s about to give a talk to the folken – and how I love that word and King’s usage of it, so much that I wrote it in italics – and prepare them for battle. He goes up on a stage where, in the beginning of the book, he danced during a celebration. So, instead of continuing along, I went back and reread the part with the celebration. It was so wonderful, Journal, the joy I felt my first time reading it cannot be replicated, and the way I picture Roland dancing in my head alone was worth the reread.

So I guess it was a heavy reading day. Whatever. Watch me reread it again tomorrow. Speakin’a’which, tomorrow the opening bars of the Song of Susannah shall be sung – I’m sorry, opening stanzas, that’s what King calls the chapters in book 6, and I didn’t even have to check to remember that. The sobering is going well, Journal. The haze is starting to clear, the fog is beginning to lift; slowly but surely, it’s all coming back to me.

Say thankya, Journal. ‘Preciate ya. Good sleeps and good dreams~


Hello Commons, this has been the next journal entry from Untitled Bigfoot Project, a novel about a writer who writes a novel about bigfoot.

Untitled Bigfoot Project is part of the Third Spiral, an anthology of sorts called The Here and Now which is comprised of stories told from the various planes of Existence.

Untitled Bigfoot Project is available to read for free in its entirety on my website. Click here to check it out.

I’ve written a few other books, too. Click here to see the list.

If you like Untitled Bigfoot Project and would like to help support my work, click here and buy an autographed copy of the book (or anything else!) from my store. Alternatively, you can snag a cheaper (and unsigned) copy from Amazon by clicking here.

Be well Commons~

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I'm that guy who makes fiction books so he doesn't go insane.

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