thefairymelusine: line drawing of a knight lying by a bank of flowers (Default)
I am trying to do a very small thing with how I talk to myself when I make mistakes, or am low. I have been in the habit, for a while, of shouting at myself "stupid boy", either in my head or aloud when I do that. I am trying to change that to "now young man", and less loudly, because the connotations are... just a bit better, and because it goes with "neanias" in my head, and because I am trying to be better at thinking of myself as an adult (and because it is what a friend tends to greet me with when my phone has died for a bit because of Adventures of the "I meant to get home and then didn't" kind)
thefairymelusine: line drawing of a knight lying by a bank of flowers (Default)
posted by [personal profile] thefairymelusine at 04:00pm on 19/05/2009 under , , ,
Those of you who've read her, can you write something about her characters or talk to me about her plots or something? I am contemplating hiding in my room and reading the first three Frederica Potter books, because wonderful though the new book is I do not want nice awkward Fabian children to be subjected to WWI. Or to become unreal. I like them too much.

Also, can anyone tell me why Byatt's young men see into my head so brilliantly? Marcus Potter, and then a combination of Tom Wellwood and Julian Cain.

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