Saturday, March 12, 2011

A veritable Gordian Knot.

I am Alexander.

Cutting the first six chapters of Sometimes the Dragon was what I needed to do.

I've read the first 50 pages with Tenly and Toller, and they work. A simple love story, with threatening clouds forming in the background.

But, it works the way it should work. (And if you want more, you can read the Tales of Pox.)

This may not be as much rewriting as I thought -- barely any, so far. Of course, it will be a smaller book, but I'm not sure that should matter if the story comes together.

What fun.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Reports Claim Meltdown At Japanese Reactor
Forbes (blog) - Christopher Helman - ‎21 minutes ago‎
Japan's is reporting that the explosion at the Fukushima No. 1 reactor was due to a meltdown of nuclear fuel rods in its insufficiently cooled core. This was consistent with reports of radioactive cesium and iodine ...

* seems to be the only media outfit in japan coming clean, what is know now is that 4 reactors may be going critical. These are all reactors built and designed by our own GE of USA, which is why HRC ( US dept of state ) was promising to have coolant air-dropped, a little late.

Hello Hiroshima, in terms of the raw nuclear material to be deposited in the area. What is fascinating is the Right-Wing USA ran through GE which owns the US media was using these reactors as a show case for safety here in the USA.

Well for trust now you got al-jazeera, and

Japan of course post WWII is just a USA colony, and of course a guinea pig for nuke-plants that can't be ran here in the USA.