Wired With Water

I haven’t much to say, tonight, really. You should probably be relieved after last night’s run through of stuff. The only reason I’m probably even awake is because I’ve been drinking water and, as we know, that stimulates the brain brilliantly. I like to have a pint of water when I’m writing. It seems to make the words come faster and thicker. I’d like to say that I’ve done some writing on my Jocasta Lizzbeth Moonshadow series, or at least some editing, but I haven’t. I might do some over the weekend or even on Friday (I haven’t slept yet so this is still Wednesday for me =P).

I may have time on Friday. It depends, really, on how much time I have and my general mood. There’s the possibility that I’ll write when I get home tomorrow, but this is judging that I’m not too tired. I think I’m going to go to bed in a minute, anyway. My brain is just spacing out so it would probably be a good idea.
Also, I just saw the teaser for the new Doctor Who.. I’m sorry, but Matt Smith is no David Tennant.
I will only stress one thing: Please, please, please give me some comments below on what you think about the name change of Secrets.

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3 thoughts on “Wired With Water”

  1. I prefer Secrets mainly because it's quick and to the point, instead of a long title. It could also be better for you because it would be easier for people to memorise the title so they won't just forget about the book. If that makes sense. 😛

  2. I think Secrets, Spilling Secrets or something related would probably be slightly better. Having said that, though "The Secrets were Spilling at the Seams" is long, it runs well as a sentence so is easier to remember and say.

  3. @Sean It does make sense. =)

    @Andrew I used to like the longer title as well, but I think it's harder to remember.

    I still think it needs more substance than just one word, though, and thought of maybe Secrets & Lies because then it's slightly longer but not too long that you'd forget it.

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