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Sixes_And_Sevens


For some people, small, beautiful events are what life is all about!

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Feb
26th
2019

March Update · 2:45pm Feb 26th, 2019

Hey, y'all.

I haven't got too much to say this month, except that I'm very tired, very cold, and very ready for spring break. Story-wise, we're moving into the last chapters of Fall of the Doctor, and will wrap up completely on the eighth. On the eleventh, I'll start publishing The Prodigal Daughter, a story about Sunset Shimmer.

In other news, I have discovered something wonderful. A whole selection of out-of-print Doctor Who novels, available free in e-book form at this archived page of the BBC website. I've finished four of them thus far-- Lungbarrow was kind of dense but gave some fascinating insights to Gallifreyan culture. Human Nature was, in my opinion at least, better than the Tennant episode which it inspired. The Well-Mannered War was fascinating and terrifying in equal measure, though the ending was rather rushed. The Empire of Glass was absolutely brilliant from start to end, and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I was reading it. If you've got an interest in classic Who, or are just in the market for some good science fiction, I'd recommend giving them a whirl.

Also, I'm going to try to participate in a drawing-a-day challenge for the month of March. The challenge lies in the fact that the drawings must all be in ink-- no digital media, no colored pencil, just pens and markers. I'll post my stuff here infrequently. If you want to participate as well, here's the prompt list.

Yeah, I know it says 2013. I don't know why. Anyway, do something in pen and post it to a social medium of your choosing with the hashtag "#martch 2019". Good luck!

Yours as ever,
-6&7

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