What a whirlwind it’s been lately. Along with a few interviews and advertising features, I think I’ve got almost all my guest-blog posts written and sent out now. It’s been a challenge to try to make each one unique without
Oh dear. Sven is going to come over here and whack me with a stick. No appreciable wordcount yesterday again. Oh, I was working on writing a story, but it was editing again, cutting as opposed to adding. And writing
Are you doing NaNo or are you sweating to Sven and having problems achieving your wordcount? Dr. Wicked.com has a program on it that uses negative reinforcement to force you to write a certain number of words in a specified
On the home front, it’s been fairly quiet. Curly is bummed because their XBox 360 has broken down yet again. This is their third unit in eighteen months, and is a brand new replacement that’s less than a month old.
Wow, it’s the end of the week already. Or is that finally? I can’t believe it’s almost the end of February too! Where has this year gone? I feel like I’ve been in a whirlwind for the past week and
I used to write a lot of medieval fantasy – my hero always rode his trusty black stallion, and his sidekick usually rode a mare. And when they went to sleep at night, they’d tie their horses to a tree
LA CIMMERII 3/18/94-11/28/07 I got an email this morning from BlueSue … one that has me in tears, which probably doesn’t even approach how Sue feels right now. She’s had to have one of her mares put down – La
Just got back after a long day in TO (That’s a local shortform for Toronto, for you non-Canucks) And though it was long, it was a thoroughly enjoyable day. First the TRW meeting where Claire Delacroix talked about how to