Oct the Twenty-Second – Untitled Bigfoot Project (149/224)

Oct the Twenty-Second

SO! I didn’t wind up doing any more novelwork yesterday because my walk took me to Mane Road, then to the library, then into the presence of one Keaton Quinn who was on his way to the high school to watch Carl do a coaching thing, and then to the high school to watch Carl do a coaching thing. He was all excited to see us, it was lowkey adorable.

But anyway, so yeah, just finished chapter Sunday now. I’m adding more to it than I thought I would be, not go’n’a lie. That’s not a bad thing, though. Fill them pages, boi; and let me tell you, Journal: those pages are full. Size 10 font in a 6”x9” book is absolutely and downright tiny, and I kind of love it. I’m not solid on it yet, because I won’t really know what it looks like until I’m holding the proof copy in my hands (soon, so very soon), but the way it looks right now I kind of love it.

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Not much else to say. I’m not go’n’a take a walk today, just go’n’a go right into the next chapter. I figure doing the work is the best way to get the work done. The book isn’t even bad, either, even though this is technically my fourth time going through the story, including the writing. I thought I would want to tear my eyes out reading it over and over, but it’s not all that horrible. Definitely going to skip the first two readthroughs next time, that’s for sure, but as of right now I’m not absolutely hating it. So uh… yeah, there’s that.

Oh, and by the way, the runes look fucking FIRE!!

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Say thankya, Journal. ‘Preciate ya. Long days and pleasant nights~


This has been the next journal entry from Untitled Bigfoot Project. Here is everything you need to know about it:

Untitled Bigfoot Project

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