I wanted to ask you about your knitting and if you could knit at all with your hand problems? Or with all the stress with Hugh´s book, Diamond Fire, Innkeeper, selling the house etc. you just had to skip this hobby of yours. Is knitting calming?
Knitting is calming, but I haven’t been able to do it. We finally finished the edits on the Diamond Fire yesterday, so I thought I would fire up the PlayStation. I got my new game, I got my controller, my blanket, my glass of tea, the dogs have arranged themselves around me, I pressed the Playstation button… and fifteen minutes later, my hands said, “Yeah, no.”
I was very sad.
It looks like this will be a long healing process. Gordon is cool with Innkeeper dictation, so that’s where we are.
Stressful crap keeps happening, but I am determined to vacation.
Watching Megalobox about boxing with a beautifully retro style and a completely silly Isekai Izakaya, which is about a little eatery that opens into another world, a kind of Medieval Germany. All they do is eat. It’s great if you want to snack.
Read Paper Magician. A cool concept, but didn’t think there was enough done with it. There is a sequence inside an heart in the middle of it that just goes on and on and on. It’s well written, so it’s more of a case of misplaced expectations. I wanted an exploration of a cool magic system and awesome adventures, but the author wrote a book about the condition of being human instead. It’s in KU, if you’re interested.
Read a translation of a Russian book for a quote. :shudders: No. Just no.
Would love to read some cool SF.
Playing Empyrion again.