Tag Archives: House of Cats

HoC Postscript

Warning: Spoilers ahead for the conclusion of House of Cats. Go read that first. Dear House of Cats readers, Los Angeles traffic is a bear today; the Lakers are having their parade. Everyone who isn’t on the road for work … Continue reading

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HoC Ep. 20: The Master of This House, Pt. 2

One Week Later… Heather followed the doctor through the quiet hall of the clinic, closed to normal clients for the evening. The faintly antiseptic smell of the recently washed floors and tables mixed with the whiff of vitamin snacks hidden … Continue reading

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HoC Ep. 19: The Master of This House, Pt. 1

Up on the ladder, Rune swept the brush left and right, spreading a thick daub of paint across the molding where the wall met the ceiling in the solarium. After the experience of falling out of that tree–not landing on … Continue reading

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Merciful Hell, It’s Done

The first draft of the finale to House of Cats is officially finished and awaiting editing. Oh, my god, what have I done? What have I created? This project has developed sentience. The text files alone have threatened to¬†secede¬†from my … Continue reading

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Updates and a friendly warning

First, the warning, which may superficially look like running away with my tail between my legs. But it’s not. Please don’t be confused. If in doubt, consult a trained professional. The warning is that June’s working review may not be … Continue reading

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The End is Seriously Nigh

This is it, kids. House of Cats is less than a week away from being completely written. The rough draft of #19 is finished and I’ll be writing #20 over what remains of the long weekend. Monday, I’ll write the … Continue reading

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HoC Ep. 18: Alley Cat Blues

Dopple found a rock in the scraggly backyard. “We’re not going to have a lot of time,” she said. “Do you see her?” The tom cupped his hands around his eyes and peered in the dark window. “Something must be … Continue reading

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