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Trying: Thank you, this will help when I get to the "decisions" point of the story. emoticon

O wow! Now I have another category frame point in the story!

I went ahead and created a generalized picture of the spaceship in my story (added to the story bible) and discovered some of my numbers were wrong based on the picture. So, it's back to editing before continuing with the story.

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PR: I bought books on gardening to have after Mom had passed away. I don't really like gardening, so when I came across these books I got them as an easy alternative. I could garden without bothering my brother-in-law to plow soil. Especially if I didn't keep the garden up, I wouldn't have wasted his time.

Lasagna Gardening
Lasagna Gardening For Small Spaces
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Square Foot Gardening
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Container Gardening For Dummies
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From doing these searches, I learned about Layer Gardening, No Dig Gardening, Mound Gardening, Raised Gardening, Elevated Gardening ...

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There's also: Hydroponic Gardening.

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Water Gardening.

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I don't know if any of this is what you're looking for, but shared in case it gives you more ideas.



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Those are interesting books, Jox. Thanks for the lists. Will you try to garden along those lines?

I'm falling prey to exhaustion. It's mostly emotional, and I think it's simply the result of all the NaNo work I did. (And well, election stuff.)

So I took a huge nap yesterday, and this night, I dreamed about dragons again. I think "Dragon Warrior" is the first novella/novel in a loose series based on a dragon shifter world. I'm getting more and more glimpses of it: Dragons are the actual rulers, while the dragon shifters aka Dragon Warriors are their police, basically. It's generally a fair rule, but since nobody is perfect, bad things happen. Not sure at all where that is taking me (or if ever), but it's great fun to discover a new world.

I'm going out on a limb and declare that daydreaming about a new world is "writing"! emoticon

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Those are interesting books, Jox. Thanks for the lists. Will you try to garden along those lines?


I keep procrastinating about it. Maybe one day I will give it a try. Right now my brother-in-law raises a garden, and he usually has plenty to share with me.

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I'm going out on a limb and declare that daydreaming about a new world is "writing"! emoticon


I've read somewhere that daydreaming and procrastination are a part of writing. Whatever helps with the story is writing, whether it's on paper, computer, or in your head. emoticon






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Thank you, Jox.

I feel bad because I lost all momentum from NaNo. But beating myself up over it doesn't help. So I'm giving myself permission to rest (and play), and write by daydreaming for a day or three.

I re-read parts of an old favorite of mine yesterday, and the dialogue struck me as fantastic. And it has a massive mix of inner and outer dialogue which makes the story fast-paced, for some reason. I liked it a lot, even if I'm not going to copy it. (Actually, it's a style Joanna - my erotic pen name - is using. Interesting.)

I'm still planning to get into that Jutoh class and format my first German novel. Alternatively, I'll do a final edit and hand it to BHC... I got some nice Christmas money.

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Momentum can be regained but for it to happen there has to be motivation. I think you're mulling over the story in your mind while doing the daydreaming. Soon you will get to a point where you think about a scene in the story and want to wander back into it... emoticon

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Yesterday I asked a long time client and friend who is a voracious reader of modern day paranormal, fantasy, and romance books if she might be interested in reading a sci-fi story that I am writing. I warned her that the story would be an ongoing work and my current estimate was that it would take me at least a year to finish it.

She said she would be honored to be one of my first readers! emoticon

So if I mention Lynn in some future posts you will know I am referring to her comments and or suggestions in regards to my story.

My two boarders are very supportive of this endeavor, Sean thinks I am going to be a NY Times best-selling author and is bragging about me at his job. I think that is funny especially since I am so early in this effort and can see tons of places where I need to get better. Peter is telling me "break time is over" and I need to get back to the story if I am serious. He tells me this while handing me a cup of coffee. emoticon

PK is still skeptical, in part because I still have not finished the editing of my hymnbook project which has now started its third year in that process. She isn't negative, she just says she wants to see me with tangible results and is willing to stay out of the way as I struggle along.

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Glad that PK is giving you space. And I'm sorry the hymn book project is taking so long. Editing is hard.

I love that you have supporters. That makes a huge difference! Lynn is probably what we call a "beta reader", i.e. they get the beta version of our stories before we upgrade them to alpha with the help of their feedback.

I wrote a little over the weekend, but I spent most time playing a game (old one, Titan Quest, available for free through Steam). I'm quite a different gamer than most. I play many characters, testing out many combinations of skills, and I run through places until I feel comfortable with them. I think that's how children play - not for winning but for actually playing and learning. Anyway, I'm always creating too many characters and rarely actually "finish" a game in the sense of playing it through to the very end of all difficulty levels.

Anyway, I really should focus on editing "Betrayal" so I can get it to my publishing partners before the end of the year. Would love to see a release in February. That'll finish the Cloud Lands Saga, and I'm told readers prefer reading a finished series. Let's hope that's true.

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Glad it helped Pastor Rick! It's great that people support your writing, make the journey a lot easier.

I recognize some of those books, Jox. emoticon Mom's collection is taking over the house. What don't you like about gardening? The weeding?

Don't beat yourself up over daydreaming Firle! I think it's an essential part of writing, just letting your imagination and creativity fly. Plus it's fun!
Hmm that sounds similar to terra preta which was used in the Amazon basin. I was just reading a book on terra preta and wow the modern version is a lot of work!
 


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Wow! I just calculated the hydroponics area used by my spaceship and it totals out to 2,375 acres under cultivation. Then I calculated the crew and passenger requirements and that came out as requiring 2,955 acres to be totally self-sufficient food wise for a year. This means that my space ship must be carrying about 9,000 tons of food supplements for the crew to survive on its seven-year journey.

But wait! Just as I was posting this I ran across ]this article that says if I do things right then what I dedicated to hydroponics and soil-based food production says I have 791 times what I need to feed everyone on the spaceship forever!

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I recognize some of those books, Jox. emoticon Mom's collection is taking over the house. What don't you like about gardening? The weeding?


hmmm ... I never really thought about it. It's just never been of interest to me. But, yeah, weeding, tilling, being out in the heat, wasting time I could be doing other things I prefer to be doing. emoticon


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Trying: Yes, I think I meant terra preta. Not sure, but I remember wood coal was part of it, staining it black.

I love daydreaming about my characters. It's like chatting with them and getting to know them better.

Rick: Wohooooo!

I think we're getting better with hydroponics and efficient gardening. I've seen pics of underground and warehouse gardens that work quite differently.

Jox: Yeah, that's the part of gardening that's tedious. It was a good question to look at.

I like "having" a garden, so I can sit and read and enjoy it. And harvest a few things. But actually "working" it? Hahaha, not so much, although weeding can be quite meditative.

Not much writing yesterday (in fact... erm... none). I had a friend over in the afternoon, which meant cleaning and prep, plus doing my FB jobs. And I was only fit to play a game in the evening.

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Oxygen is no problem on my spaceship, the plants are sufficient to supply air for over 40,000 people even when only 25% of the hydroponics are active! emoticon

I have decided to change my church's policy for those who come to us seeking help. I have to make the change because of two families that are abusing the current system. *sigh*

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I have decided to change my church's policy for those who come to us seeking help. I have to make the change because of two families that are abusing the current system. *sigh*


PR: When my mother was alive, she and her sister-in-law had the task of using Church money to help out those in need. They finally made a rule that the same person/s couldn't be helped out a couple of months in a row. There were three women who switched up calling for help on their light bill and grocery bill. They had it down pat.

The thing that really bugged Mom is that they had cell phones they used to call her. She figured if they didn't have enough money per month to live on they shouldn't waste money that could go towards food and lights and clothes on something as frivolous as a cell phone. emoticon






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There will always be people who play and game the system, to the detriment of those who really need it. And maybe the rules need to have a passage that allows for the exclusion of such people by the pastor.

It's very hard to think ahead and identifiy ways of gaming the system when you set it up. So adding that bit of flexibility to deal with those tricksters might to the job.

Glad your space ship is providing so well for its inhabitants. Is there a way to deal with too much oxygen? emoticon

I still catch myself going into "waiting mode", ie. just wasting time until a certain thing happens, or until I have an appointment. It's difficult to get out of it, but at least I'm recognizing it now.

I edited a little, this time for "Betrayal", and that was a good thing. That's the book I need to get published next.

Happy writing, everyone! emoticon

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Firle: I was thinking the excess oxygen would run through exchanger units which then tie into the ship's fuel cell power systems. This way there are two usable byproducts created from the excess in oxygen (water and about 43 megawatts of electricity). emoticon

The piano tuner guy is going to be at the church in two hours so I have to head out in one hour. After that appointment, I am free to work on other stuff today.

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Love your solution for excess oxygen. emoticon

No writing for me yesterday. Instead, I just curled up in bed for most of my afternoon, and stuck around in FB for the rest of the day.

I don't know why, but at the moment, it's wonderfully soothing to nap and daydream in a warm, comfy bed. Maybe my body is telling me about hibernation.

Now is there a way to turn that into a story? emoticon

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Feel free to comment and/or critique anything in my November "Practice Hall" post.

I figure it wouldn't help me much to do that for the current months posting unless it is in the form of advice to keep me from running into a dead end on story development but critiques and comments on last months posting are welcome and may help me improve the story presentation during one of my rolling edits.

I am hoping to get some additional Christmas shopping done today, at the very least I need to buy some more ornaments to decorate with...

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Today, I need to tie up a lot of loose ends and pack for my vacation with my family. Leaving very early tomorrow, on a train.

I'll try to come online every day, but I can't promise. (I will need to do some of my regular FB posting...)

My new glasses are excellent at far vision - never saw the moon this clearly! But unfortunately, they make it hard to see in my "workspace" for my hands, i.e. peeling a potato or reading small print (I peer under my glasses for that...). Not sure how to progress from there, except I'll probably get a set of "computer glasses", and eventually graded glasses (I shudder at the cost).

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Several of my female clients thought the underwire bra idea was both funny and kinky at the same time. They are cheering me on in writing the story and ask for weekly updates now!

One girl asked why I had to have the metal so I told her about how a primitive parabolic antenna was made. Then she said "what about using these instead?" or words to that effect anyway and then she showed me her armband and ankle band jewelry. Perfect!

I am going to lose a day's pay by not working on Christmas Eve which stinks but I really do want to see my family and that was the only way to do it.

Firle: Have a safe journey on the train.

Jox: My deacon who handles this every year broke his hip and is in rehab from getting his hip pinned back together so this year I am the only one left that could do this under the church bylaws. I have a note to see about fixing that when the churches next business meeting come's about.

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Let me know how it works out, I might suggest it to those in my Church who pass out the money to help those in need.


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*waves from her sister's place*

I got here fine, and everything is good. Except it seems that while I copied all the pics I need for my FB group, I didn't copy the latest versions of my stories to my trusted USB stick.

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Which is quite annoying. I may have to start on a completely new story! emoticon

This afternoon, I'll get dragged into the latest Star Wars movie. Not sure I'll enjoy it... I no longer do well with dark and violent. We'll see.

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Toy donations for the Children's Hospital were way down this year. When I totaled my churches donations we were off by almost 40% from last year. My only consolation was a comment made by the monitor at the hospital telling me that we were still one of their largest toy donors this year!

The toy bin I was designated to use only had one small teddy bear in it before I showed up today. How sad is that?

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Rick, that's very sad...

Sis, husband and possibly the kids are out, buying a Christmas tree for here, and another for their neighbors across the street. I'm staying home, since they are expecting packages, and an adult has to sign the delivery thingie.

A story idea came to me at night... the usual way. It's about a prince needing to hunt big game, and a woman protecting the forest. They clash and need to come to terms before both can get their way.

A part of me totally enjoys this vacation, another part just wants to get home. I definitely miss my bed...

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I survived Christmas Eve. emoticon

We ended it by watching "Raiders of the Lost Ark", because the Indiana Jones set was part of the presents. The kids didn't like it that much - too many horror elements.

I enjoyed watching it for the story telling moments. I'm becoming fascinated by any kind of story telling, in books, trailers, movies and even ads.

Today, the kids are playing the computer programs they were gifted, my sis is hiding away from the noise, and I'm writing. It's a lazy day.

My Dad is too busy to see his family and me. That's because he and his partner are still adapting to their new living circumstances. I'm glad I spent that one day with him. emoticon

Starting to look forward to going home. I miss my own bed, and I really, really miss the quiet of my place. Heheheh. Typical HSP here.

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Merry Christmas all! emoticon I hope you all have a nice day with family and friends.

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