Tuesday, February 16, 1999

Tanjit, I hate it when people don’t bother to update their diaries during weekends and vacations.

Valentine’s Day is come and gone. There’s a new story on Papyrus, from the book’s point of view. A lot of fun. I have two more ready to fire off in the coming weeks.

There’s a new sentence on the incremental story. Two sentences, in fact.

I’ll be leaving on Friday to go meet with Saalon, the guy who writes Daemonsong, and who organizes Daemonsong Productions. We’ll have a lot to go over, in terms of business things, ideas, plans, etc. And I think we’ll have fun.

I just started watching Tenchi the Movie 2: Daughter of Darkness. It’s not the pure poetry that the first movie was; more of a good episode of the series. Ah well.

I also finished Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War (at 2 a.m.; it’s been a long time since I last did that), an interesting look at war when Einsteinian physics come into play. In an interstellar war, even travelling with the advantage of hypergates means you don’t come back for decades, maybe centuries, even though you only age a few months. It’s a good book; it’s not the deep classic many have said it is, but it’s worth reading, overall. I also updated the library to include my review. I’m also working on Patricia Wrede’s Dealing with Dragons, and Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash.

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