January 10th, 2013

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Thursday, January 10th, 2013

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my backdoor Douglas Fir, Pine and hardwood forest



























I am attempting to upload my manuscript to a Robot at the self publishing arm of Amazon, it is called “Create Space”. It is a tedious process for the 286 pages. When just a letter moves in the wrong parameter you have to start all over again. I also have an index for about 300 names named in the book and when a page changes I have to adjust it again. Fortunately there is a trick that automatically renumbers the chapter index. After I get this down to a science I’ll be tempted to think up a new writing project.

Blanda is starting to get used to me. She is a very easy and thankful dog. If it snows I’ll never find her back in the woods. Maybe I’ll have to spray paint her then.