greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,
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greygirlbeast

"Fade into you. Strange you never knew."

Currently, the cicadas outside my office window say it's 73˚F.

On this day in 2009, The Red Tree was released, so that's ten very long years. If you haven't read it, I hope you will, and there's even an audiobook from Audible, if you don't mind that Sarah Crowe sounds bizarrely like Pamela Swynford De Beaufort.

Today, I read back over what I've written so far on "Wisteria," and I like it, but I wasn't able to add to the word. Better luck tomorrow.

Also, today was Selwyn's 7th Gotcha Day.

Having finally, on Friday, finished the last of Barry Gifford's Sailor and Lula novels, today I began William Faulkner's Light in August. Last I read it, I was living in Athens, Georgia. These days, I'm a little nearer Yoknapatawpha County.

Please have a look at the current eBay auctions. As it happens, they include a copy of the tpb of The Red Tree.

Later Taters (Feed the Tree),
CRK




7:23 p.m.
Tags: "wisteria", 2009, 2012, athens, barry gifford, belly, sarah crowe, selwyn, the red tree, trees, true blood, william faulkner
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