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Tag Archives: wonders large and small
Dear Elders of Fiction, I hope you don’t mind me calling you that. It’s just that I’m still a baby, really, and you have been writing for a long time. I just wanted to say how much I like listening … Continue reading
Ray Bradbury died last night, here in California. We live remarkably close to one another and because of this, I had the opportunity to hear him speak in person on two occasions. This was a couple years ago. I remember … Continue reading
Sometimes it is possible, and necessary, to be your own divine intervention. Continue reading
Yep, JH is already up to 26,134 words–keeping in mind that this is not my NaNo word count (see graphic at right; support your local NaNo Rebel!), but the cumulative word count for the novel. I’ve been plotting in little … Continue reading
(Er, I’m actually a bit late–the anniversary was the second, but I, well, forgot. Thought I had a few more days into the month than that.) So, Small Wonders is one year old. I’m not sure what to think. On … Continue reading
Five days, way too many lines, and one lost bracelet (dammit!) later and I’m home from San Diego Comic-Con 2010. Even after twelve hours of sleep last night, I’m still reeling, unsure if I had a good time and why. … Continue reading
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