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What's in my bag

Mine is blue

Yesterday I went to a sports bar named Sharkey's for cheap wings and to watch SU (barely) beat UNC-Asheville in the first round of the NCAA tournament. I had been at the library working on an outline for <plug type="shameless">something I'll be posting more about soon</plug>, and brought my bag into Sharkey's so I could finish up the outline. Which I did. Woot!

At the end of the game, I'm trying to pay my tab and go, and a guy next to me asks, "What's in your bag?"

"My iPad. A notebook. Some pens and stuff."


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NaNoWriMo update: 3,037 words


November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Basically, it's a time when everyone repressed bedroom writer can de-closet themselves and declare: I am a novelist.

The default goal is to write 50,000 words in one month. With 30 days, that's 1,667 words per day: An achievable, but not necessarily easy goal for someone who works full time, has family duties and generally likes to procrastinate.




Thank you for visiting my site. I am Curtis Weyant — a writer, musician and thinker of deep thoughts in the tradition of estimable personages such as Jack Handy and the Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz.

Feel free to check out my blog, stories and poems. Be sure especially to take a look at my serial novel, Freedom Plot and some of my more popular posts, including The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe as a Twitter feed and my review of Sam Harris' book, "Free Will".

For more information about who I am and what I've done, see my about page.

Take care,

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