Category Archives: Fiction & Composition

"Well, well, well, long time no see. And how’s life treating you?"

Jarod: The Pretender (1998), A Stand-Up Guy (#2.13) Miss Parker: Like he caught me in bed with his wife. And that about sums it up. After the lice fiasco of ’09 things have been steadily rolling downhill and gaining speed. … Continue reading

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"Whoa, that was fast."

Ted Mosby: How I Met Your Mother, Purple Giraffe (#1.2) I am pleased to announce I finished Ghost Moon! Thankfully it took about ten hours rather than ten weeks. I had some serious motivation to finish it. Now, what can … Continue reading

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"And mission accomplished!"

Dr. Niles Crane: Frasier, Shutout in Seattle: Part 1 (#6.23) Finally, after a total of ten weeks I finished New Moon. I saw Kat reading White Witch, Black Curse while we were in Vegas and knew I couldn’t put it … Continue reading

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"Evidently I didn’t try hard enough."

Silverbolt: Beast Machines: Transformers (1999) It really isn’t like I did a whole lot of stuff this week. I spent the first part of it in bed, and was significantly lazy for the remainder. Even with all that downtime I … Continue reading

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"Alright, then, it’s like a boring book, but you gotta finish it."

Elaine: Seinfeld, The Strike (#9.10) I hate that I feel that way, but I do. A couple of years ago I started reading The ‘Moon’ Series by Rebecca York. She’d only written four up to that point, and I’d read … Continue reading

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"I have a half-finished novel on my desk at home. One day, I may finish it."

Max: NewsRadio, Retirement (#5.21) The rest of the conversation goes: Jimmy: You wrote half a novel? Max: I read half a novel. I feel ya Max. I’ve always been an avid reader. My dad loved to tell the story about … Continue reading

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