Friday Fare: 5/5/17

A few good things from the Interwebs this week:

This excerpt was nowhere near long enough.  Cannot wait to read Patricia Lockwood’s memoir.

Warren Beatty is 80.  And according to this article, he’s still got it.  And he’s funny as hell, worth a read.

It’s been years since I’ve read Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods,” but it should surprise no one that the book is rooted in Midwestern weirdness.

I’ve made this dish twice already and it’s been my morning breakfast.  And sometimes an afternoon snack.  It is so effing good.

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Writing Life: I had last Sunday to myself and established my editing calendar for “Dragonfly.”  And yeah … I’m already behind.  But it’s OK. I got one night of edits in and as soon as I put my notebook and laptop away, the ideas started flowing in on how to revive a troublesome chapter.  <– That’s why you pay tribute to the Muse. Even if her timing is fricking inconvenient. 

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2 thoughts on “Friday Fare: 5/5/17

  1. The Muse will come more often if we tell her our visitors’ hours, leave a light on, and unlock the door. She does not do well with a random just-stop-by-sometime arrangement. That’s been my experience anyway. Helps to have a drink with her, too. 🙂

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