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Thursday, 24 March 2011

Edit,Edit, Edit.

"Study drawing shows the allegorical figu...Image via WikipediaTwo more chaps done on book 2. 10 more of book 1 corrected. So, not a bad day.
Posted another author interview and wrote and posted a review for a book by the same author.
Walked to the doc's to pick up prescriptions - timely, as my chronic problem decided to haunt me again this morning. As rest is the only cure, I've not done half the things I intended and will now have to give up for the day and go and relax for the rest of the evening. Still, there's a new dramatisation of Women In Love on the goggle box, so I'll put my feet up and imbibe a drop of the red stuff whilst I see what sort of job they make of this one.

And, why, you ask, the nude? Well, she's the allegorical figure of 'Romance' and came up from the links that Zemanta found from trawling the content of this text. This application seems to have a mind of its own and sometimes makes the most inexplicable links. This one happens to be in the public domain, so is free from copyright. And it's a piece that celebrates rather than exploits female beauty, so it's fine with me. How about you?
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