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Brought to You By The Letter C

by on January 22, 2011

In my very first post on these blog lo these many days ago, I noticed that I seemed to be using rather a lot of words that began with the letter W. The same phenomenon seems to be occurring again, only now with the letter C. For example…

1) I’m currently collaborating with the Chrysalis Experiment, writing curt comedies concerning characters called Caitlin and Colin.

2) In a college class, I’m creating a Christmas composition, of considerable length, starring (among others), Camilla, a Christmas elf.

3) I also intend to commence editing the sequel to Hailfire, (self-published through CreateSpace, coincidentally) in which a central character is named Constance, a curious celestial creation (she’s an angel, with a wacky sense of humor).

I honestly didn’t plan all this sort of thing; I picked Constance’s name last year, for one. It just happened. It seems to happen to me a lot, actually; for a while I was in a pattern of doing research papers exclusively about countries that began with B: Bahrain, Belarus, Bangladesh…then I did a paper on Iceland and the trend died. C’est tragique.

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