Does Gingko Biloba Count?

Posted by – July 27, 2006

As a substance, I mean? Because if so, I’m going to wind up with a major substance abuse problem I’ll develop in the next week.

Knowing you’re reviewing the final drafts for the copyeditor is nerve-wracking. The feeling that I will not be able to make any changes at a later date is enough to shut my brain down entirely. But at the same time, the book is already in good shape, it feels done, and only this nit-picky stuff needs doing. Still, it burns your eyeballs out.

Betty may regret ever having married a writer after this week.

3 Comments on Does Gingko Biloba Count?

  1. Sandy says:

    What does gingko biloba do?

  2. helenboyd says:

    improves memory, focus. of course nicotine is the best at that (it really does improve mental acuity) but i was talking about developing addictions, not ones i already have.

    i take bilberry, too, for circulation, since sitting so much is crap for that as well.

  3. Katherine says:

    Good luck on the picky stuff and congratulations that the light at the end of the tunnel is not a train but the bright light of the new book nearly out in the world. There was a comment I was going to make about gingko, but I’ve forgotten it. ;-) Best wishes to you and Betty.

    Katherine

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