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Negations 1-5

by | Nov 5, 2013 | Uncategorized | 13 comments

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  1. Will Davis

    Great stuff — I started to read your file and then realized "whoa, this is good, heavy stuff — I need to look at this when I'm not running in 50 different directions and can pay attention" — and I'm looking forward to that!

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  2. L Casey

    Glad to hear that you're writing again! It seems as though our reading is intertwining: I've just read If On A Winer's Night A Traveler last week, the first book by Calvino I've read. Can't wait to read your story, and good luck!

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  3. Bill M

    I just looked over your PDF and saved a copy to read in detail later. Overall I believe you will have another interesting novel. Good luck with NaNo.

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  4. Ton S.

    I wish you success in this new creative project. I suppose the SG-1 is your weapon of choice?

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  5. Rob Bowker

    Tough to keep up this density for a month but the short format is certainly concentrating your No-vember mind! Thanks, I enjoyed these.

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  6. Richard P

    Yes, so far. The one page that looks different was written on a Smith-Corona with skipping problems. (I think I've managed to fix that.) I'll probably rotate a bit — it's fun to give a variety of typewritetrs a workout.

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  7. rn

    Nevermind the 'meh.' Write on.

    You are an inspiration. I have a variety of story projects that have been plaguing me for many months but not going anywhere. All I have is a handful first lines and several one-liner ideas. I'm hoping now that by rotating between a desktop or two (perhaps my trusty 1938 Remington Noiseless 10 or the Adler of your previous post if I can get it to work) and a portable or two (a Royal w/ Vogue or perhaps my devilish little Patria), I will be able to pound out some more without the scourge of judgment.

    Thanks,

    Rob in NY

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  8. Jim Pennington

    very intriguing, Richard … these five negs have made a dark November evening here in Nodnol that much sharper, thank you. Am looking forward to further developments….

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  9. Anonymous

    Readings these made my day.

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  10. Anonymous

    Thanks for sharing the first negations. I enjoyed reading them and hope there will be more :)

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  11. Unknown

    Why didn't I comment here first?

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  12. Anonymous

    Nice pieces! A terrific way to wrap up my online day. Thank you for sharing, and looking forward to more as the whim strikes.

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  13. rino breebaart

    nice stuff. interesting contrasts of dark and light too.

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