brainroses

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Jason and Medea, John William Waterhouse 

Appreciate the comments about that old writing and working struggle.

Devon — no fear of that.

Wynn — thank you; so many endeavors, it seems, and so little time!

Adrian — yes, I always keep Anthony Trollope in mind. He rose early, wrote his pages, and went to work at the post office every day.  

Been thinking about A Geometry of Vapor,  thinking that I’d try it as a mystery in a futuristic, alternate earth setting.  Don’t know who the victim will be or who the murderer, but the seed is betrayal; a betrayal that has dire consequences and will lead to murder. Associatives: loss of confidence which leads to loss of trust which leads to the betrayal, and another associative that might be useful: a broken promise. Me likee; me will see.

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