greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,

The Dotted Line (Part Two)

I missed Easter dinner with my family today because of this cold, because I didn't want to make anyone sick. I'm running a low-grade fever and my throat's very sore and there's snot know how it goes.

A mostly cloudy day, some sun, cooler than predicted. The high was only 61˚F. Currently, it's 52˚F. Tomorrow will be warmer again.

Today, too sick to be social, I resolved to finish the signature sheets, and that took four hours or so. So, now I have signed 1,250+ signatures sheets for the Subterranean Press edition of Houses Under the Sea: Mythos Tales. And you only have to buy one.

Hopefully, tomorrow I'll feel well enough to go back to work on editing The Tindalos Asset.

Please have a look at the current eBay auctions. Note that there's a copy of The Red Tree that ends tomorrow.

Last night, after I made the LJ entry, we watched S. Craig Zahler's Dragged Across Concrete (2018), a decent little neo-noir that I very much liked. I was prepared never again to enjoy a movie with Mel Gibson in it, but there you go. Tonight, there was leftover chili, and then we watched Werner Herzog's Salt and Fire (2016).


2:45 p.m.
Tags: arcs, family, frustrations, good movies, herzog, houses under the sea, mel gibson, mythos tales, noir, sick, signature sheets, the tindalos asset

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