Hello all. A lovely, if busy week, spent mostly writing Last War in Albion. The next chapter's at 6,000 words and shaping up on the whole well. Still lots to fill in - it looks set to be a long one - but I like where I am on it for the amount of time I have to write it in.
The next Eruditorum book has fallen into a slight limbo - the copyeditor I gave it to has been busy and is behind. I need to do some shifting around and probably give her Davison/Baker to work on instead and give Baker part 2 to someone else, but I've not gotten my act together to send those e-mails. Hopefully this week and I can get everything back on track, but realistically, it's looking like late summer as a best case scenario for Baker 2, and probably more early autumn. I'll try to have Davison/Baker sooner after that, however. Very sorry for that.
I recently found myself looking up Season Eight spoilers for an utterly idiosyncratic reason that I am absolutely confident nobody has ever looked up spoilers for before. But that got me thinking about the general question of spoilers and people's views on them.
So, to what extent do you seek out spoilers, avoid spoilers, let yourself be spoiled, or go to great lengths to not be spoiled? Do you think spoilers actually diminish your enjoyment of a text? Are they a big deal at all? Should productions put effort into keeping a tight lid on things, or should people who like spoilers be allowed to enjoy them in peace?
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