Draught is a good word.
Draught IS a good word. As is DRAFT, which is what I meant.
Thinks... the one story where RB might have written "early draughts" would be... (wait for it, wait for it...)
East Of Eden, John Steinbeck
She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...
"This Is Your Brain On Music"
by Daniel Levitin
"The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam (and the Crusades)"
by Robert Spencer
The Foundation Trilogy
by Isaac Asimov
I'm very sorry to report I have not finished Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which I plan to do before the year is out.
I finished "The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam". Pretty disturbing.
I am escaping. Mysterious Island, J. Verne. Capt. Nemo lives!
I love that story! You'll enjoy "Joop" and Pencroff.
We (family) watched "20,000 Leagues" last weekend. Kirk Douglas graduated from our local university. I actually taught M.I. when I first began teaching many years ago, and that was to 8th graders. Unabridged version!! Imagine!?
I still recall having to look up peccary, agouti, and capybara! Amazing how that extremely relevant info sticks in one's brain.
(Now, if I can only remember where I placed my darned keys...)
New Stories From the Twilight Zone by Rodman Edward Serling.
Rodman is a good word.
In an effort to fight my out-of-a-job depression, I just read "Good News for Bad Days: Living a Soulful Life" by Fr. Paul Keenan and am about to begin either "I'm Not Okay!" by Ken Davis or "Secrets For Success And Happiness" by Og Mandino.
Og is a good word.
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