The book — Lichtenbergianism: procrastination as a creative strategy — is nearing its final form, so certainly by the end of the month you can expect to give me money for it.
I would be a horrible person if I did not publicly thank Eli Gaultney, who worked as an RA (resident assistant) at the Georgia Governor's Honors Program and who now resides and works as an English teacher halfway around the world. He raised his hand and volunteered to read through the manuscript, and his editorial suggestions have proven to be most valuable.
That's it for today. I have to get back to the manuscript and to designing the book.