Late/Early Friday, also, very cold

Reading: I just finished The Last Unicorn and enjoyed it quite a bit. Now I’m on to The Death of the Necromancer, a book I began a long time ago and never finished but enjoyed enough so that whenever I did a purging of my book-shelves, I always kept it around.

Planning: I have some papers to finish this weekend and some papers to start. The next ten days should be rough.

Wearing: Sweat pants and my long-sleeved blue t-shirt from youth advocacy.

Writing: I started a 1st Questy mini-game, thinking that I’d like to write a start to finish game using 1st Quest’s rules, rather than starting with the behemoth and working from there. I’ll post it up once I am done. It is about restless ghosts.

And you?

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24 thoughts on “Late/Early Friday, also, very cold

  1. The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells? I read a couple of hers a few years ago and they were pretty good, City of Bones I think was one. I’ve seen a few more in the bookshop but nothing has attracted me.

    • Under the Couch

      I remember really liking Death of the Necromancer when I first started reading, probably over a decade ago but then it fell behind the couch or something and I never picked it up again.

      It is time.

      Naturally, I forgot the book at home.

    • Under the Couch

      I remember really liking Death of the Necromancer when I first started reading, probably over a decade ago but then it fell behind the couch or something and I never picked it up again.

      It is time.

      Naturally, I forgot the book at home.

  2. The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells? I read a couple of hers a few years ago and they were pretty good, City of Bones I think was one. I’ve seen a few more in the bookshop but nothing has attracted me.

  3. The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells? I read a couple of hers a few years ago and they were pretty good, City of Bones I think was one. I’ve seen a few more in the bookshop but nothing has attracted me.

  4. The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells? I read a couple of hers a few years ago and they were pretty good, City of Bones I think was one. I’ve seen a few more in the bookshop but nothing has attracted me.

  5. I think it’s Thursday…

    Sorry for the rough schoolwork time ahead. Lemme know if you need a break, maybe we can hang.

    Aaron Michael

  6. I think it’s Thursday…

    Sorry for the rough schoolwork time ahead. Lemme know if you need a break, maybe we can hang.

    Aaron Michael

  7. I think it’s Thursday…

    Sorry for the rough schoolwork time ahead. Lemme know if you need a break, maybe we can hang.

    Aaron Michael

  8. I think it’s Thursday…

    Sorry for the rough schoolwork time ahead. Lemme know if you need a break, maybe we can hang.

    Aaron Michael

  9. I quite liked Martha Wells – Death of the Necromancer is stand-alone, I think, but there’s a trilogy that picks up the setting and characters a few decades (?) down the line. Ithaca public library has it.

  10. I quite liked Martha Wells – Death of the Necromancer is stand-alone, I think, but there’s a trilogy that picks up the setting and characters a few decades (?) down the line. Ithaca public library has it.

  11. I quite liked Martha Wells – Death of the Necromancer is stand-alone, I think, but there’s a trilogy that picks up the setting and characters a few decades (?) down the line. Ithaca public library has it.

  12. I quite liked Martha Wells – Death of the Necromancer is stand-alone, I think, but there’s a trilogy that picks up the setting and characters a few decades (?) down the line. Ithaca public library has it.

  13. Under the Couch

    I remember really liking Death of the Necromancer when I first started reading, probably over a decade ago but then it fell behind the couch or something and I never picked it up again.

    It is time.

    Naturally, I forgot the book at home.

  14. Under the Couch

    I remember really liking Death of the Necromancer when I first started reading, probably over a decade ago but then it fell behind the couch or something and I never picked it up again.

    It is time.

    Naturally, I forgot the book at home.

  15. Looking forward to the 1st Quest game.

    Reading: Putting aside Half a Crown, I’ve started Catherynne Valente’s Palimpsest, about a sexually transmitted city.

    Planning: Running the new larp in about 3 and 3/4 hours.

    Wearing: Gray origami t-shirt, white jeans, black light jacket.

    Writing: Notes from Dreamation for my zine in A&E, notes on various larp panels.

  16. Looking forward to the 1st Quest game.

    Reading: Putting aside Half a Crown, I’ve started Catherynne Valente’s Palimpsest, about a sexually transmitted city.

    Planning: Running the new larp in about 3 and 3/4 hours.

    Wearing: Gray origami t-shirt, white jeans, black light jacket.

    Writing: Notes from Dreamation for my zine in A&E, notes on various larp panels.

  17. Looking forward to the 1st Quest game.

    Reading: Putting aside Half a Crown, I’ve started Catherynne Valente’s Palimpsest, about a sexually transmitted city.

    Planning: Running the new larp in about 3 and 3/4 hours.

    Wearing: Gray origami t-shirt, white jeans, black light jacket.

    Writing: Notes from Dreamation for my zine in A&E, notes on various larp panels.

  18. Looking forward to the 1st Quest game.

    Reading: Putting aside Half a Crown, I’ve started Catherynne Valente’s Palimpsest, about a sexually transmitted city.

    Planning: Running the new larp in about 3 and 3/4 hours.

    Wearing: Gray origami t-shirt, white jeans, black light jacket.

    Writing: Notes from Dreamation for my zine in A&E, notes on various larp panels.

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