Monday: Same old, same old at work. At home, I wrote the first short story of my new project, my hiStory—short stories based on historical facts; the first chapter was about Project MKUltra, more specifically, when the CIA dosed a New York train with LSD. I also did exercises and forget to write this entry—I’m writing on Tuesday.
Tuesday: Moving forward, I’ll talk about work only when something happens; I’m tired of repeating myself. At home, I wrote Death is Eternal Review #09, did exercises, and wrote yesterday’s and today’s entry as you read above. Now, I’m going to read and try to sleep early, wish me luck.
Wednesday: I wrote the second chapter of my hiStory; I’ve focused on the Vaccine Revolt—a piece of Brazilian history that happened early in the 20th century. I also did exercises and read a little bit, far less than I wanted. My days are always the same because I don’t have time to do something different.
Thursday: At home, I wrote Death is Eternal Review #10; also, I’m thinking about creating a Patreon and contacting universities to inquiry about their masters in history—I’m thinking a lot about science communication lately, I think it would be a way of making money while also making me happy. I don’t know, let’s see what happens.
Friday: I wrote the third chapter of my hiStory, and it was the best one so far. No, it’s so good that I consider it one of the best things I’ve ever written—and after seven books, 70+ short stories and 360+ podcast episodes, this is very significant! Because of this, today was a good day.
Saturday: Went framing some pictures, after that, Jessica gave me two comics: The Flash by Mark Waid book one and Midnighter #01 by Steve Orlando, Aco and others. It will be my first time reading the former; I’m excited. The latter I read back in 2015, but it’s good to be able to hold. Thank you, Jessica! I love you!
Sunday: As with every other Sunday, I went to the market, cleaned the house, talked to my parents and cooked for the week. Sundays are sad.
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