Nutmeg helps me fix the deadlines by giving myself a smaller amount of desired words. I typed out episode two of Nutmeg on Tuesday night and finished editing it Wednesday. I had two extra days to do some research (on radiation) for episode three. In the meantime I’ve been working on the action scenes for Ruby Caves to not get stuck on the next chapter.
Speech inflections, unique aren’t they? Nutmeg 3/8 spoke in italics in the first episode for the same reasons my werewolves do in Ruby Caves. It’s an impediment, having a mouth full of sharp teeth. For the ostrich; you wake up to birds’ mating calls (singing) every day. And then you have a few birds who work a little too hard at the guitar solo.
OF COURSE I DO HONEY-BUNS, TURN RIGHT DOWN THERE BY THE SCARY CLOWN STATUE AND THEN WALK POINT ONE POINT TWO MILES. IF YOU REACH THE BRIDGE OF RAINBOWS YOU HAVE GONE TOO FAR. THE CLOWN WILL THEN CHASE YOU UNTIL CUTTING YOUR ENTRAILS OUT AND THEN GIVING THEM TO MY CHILDREN IN PRAIRE. UNLESS YOU PEE ON ITS SHOES, AND THEN IT WILL RUN AND CRY AND MY CHILDREN WILL STARVE. BUT THAT SHANT HAPPEN!
The story itself has been affecting how often I expose myself to science and science fiction. I’m more of a Trekkie than a Knight of the Old Republic (that’s not to say I don’t enjoy the games and movies). I finally got to see Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind, which was very fun. I’m reading Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow’s The Grand Design. As a contributor and browser of Reddit, I submitted to r/science (albeit a few weeks before I even considered the concept of Nutmeg).
From the tree falling on my house a couple of weeks ago to everything else that’s been going on; Nutmeg is good stress relief. I hope to… Mirror the stress relief in each episode.
Have a pleasant existence!