The Last Bit

I’m looking at the last 26,000 to 30,000 words of the novel I’m writing. It’s become a bit of a slog and I’m going through the phase where you think everything you write is shit but at least I think the bloody thing is going to be finished soon. Until then I will leave you with this to ponder; what do the Royal Opera House and the Prospect of Whitby Pub in Wapping have in common?

About Paul Graham Raven

Science fiction, foresight, (post)humanities, infrastructure futures research. Guitarist, scruffy mountebank. Opinions mine, not my employer's. Velcro City · http://www.velcro-city.co.uk
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4 Responses to The Last Bit

  1. Kate Orman says:

    They’re both Wireless hotspots?

  2. For that I’m going to send you a draft of this when I’m finished. That’ll learn yer!

  3. pbristow says:

    Hail, Sirrah!

    Treated myself to the DVD of “Battlefield” today. Surprised myself by really rather enjoying it! Must’ve been all the carping by some bloke on the commentary that made it work, as a televisual experience… =;o}

  4. I’m always looking to improve my product 🙂

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