I put a review of the anachronistic novella on Amazon and Goodreads. I hope the author and/or the author's sockpuppets and her fans and/or her fans' sockpuppets don't come after me. I didn't rate it on Goodreads. There are various reasons why I sometimes choose not to give stars. It could be that I'm not objective for one reason or another, like that I worked on it or have a lot of feelings, or that I didn't like it. The author and sockpuppet fear is why I don't give less than four stars on Goodreads, so my ratings are pretty much meaningless.
I saw Dr. K. Everything was the same as last time I saw him, and I hadn't gained any more weight, so he was happy. It's been snowing today, so I decided not to go on any non-essential trips around the area, and just came home.
J.-PA texted me, and I responded. I had said her spelling was "average," which to me meant "better than 50% of what I see," but she thought I was saying "horrible." I explained and apologized. Most of the people I correspond with are authors and/or English majors and/or English professors, so I'm used to a high quality writing level. J.-PA's spelling is better than a lot of the other things I read, though.
Pred wrote a bit of crack that totally went over my head, but I'm sure people who understand it will appreciate it.
I chatted with Riah for a while.
Later: I watched "Agent Carter." Jax had liked a review of an Amy Lane book, and I read the long review and its many comments.