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500+ words on the start of Chapter 3, which deals with hypokinesia and akinesia, and I'm getting happily into my stride. Another 1000+ words are ready to fall off my fingers in the morning (bits more on the basal ganglia and thalamocortical interference, and a sidebar on micrographia), but now I'm going to be smart, pace myself sensibly, grab some supper and head for bed.
If I don't have this chapter pretty much fleshed out and ready to turn into First Real Draft by the weekend, I shall feel - well, not ashamed of myself, but distinctly disappointed.
Heh, if I keep this up, I may have Chapter 4 pretty much roughcut by the end of the month too.
Oh - anyone who's wondering why I'm not doing Chapters 1 and 2 first, that's because I'm leaving the first to Ana, since she's our clinician, and the second I'm going to talk to some other bods about before I tackle it, since there's far too much neuroanatomy and -physiology to digest until I've done some more reading/headpillaging.
G'night, all! *hugs*
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