No need for extra punishment. At this rate, you’ll kill yourself without any assistance, Ada.
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I hope you guys are well and had a less stressful week. The earthquake really was the smallest of my frustrations, lasting only a minute and leaving no permanent damage. Some of my friends lost power for a couple hours but Tokyo was fine, in general. I think I’m stressing over something, because my neck is completely stiff and painful (I can’t look down… weird, huh?) and my right eyelid is jumping constantly (which is a great source of constant irritation and a problem when falling asleep). It could be work, it could be my approaching trip to Poland and ever-changing departure times and covid regulations, it might be Putin, it might be something else entirely – I have no clue. I don’t have stress-induced thoughts so I never know when or why my brain is freaking out. Hopefully it’ll just… go away on its own.
I’ve finished reading Legendborn and I can recommend it! Entertaining book. Nothing eye-opening, but it was refreshing in some ways and was actually curious about the ending. I’m reading The Hand of the Sun King now and I’m in 30% or so and it didn’t really grab me. I feel like the plot I’m most interested in (and the main character too, or at least he says so) is being neglected and nothing moves in that direction. I had a similar feeling with Daughter of the Moon Goddess and it made me disconnect completely. I’m afraid it will be the same with this book. I’m also doing some beta-reading for a friend (and temporarily dropped the Amber Crown to do it). As for my own writing, I’m still applying fixes to Mind Drummer but I’m past the middle now! Yeeey! I haven’t sent any emails to the literary agents for The Cleansed Ones though because I’m discouraged and can’t bring myself to waste time on that. Ugh. Maybe later.
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