Monthly Archives: January 2011

Reading Reviews: Warriors, edited by George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois

I’ve owned Warriors for a while now, wading through other books before finally getting to this anthology. It’s a doorstop of a book, seven hundred, thirty-six pages in hard cover format, I could use it to safely defend my family … Continue reading

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January 2011 – A good start

Today being the last day of the month I decided to go back and look it over to see what I’d accomplished. Over-all, I’m very happy with myself. Out of thirty-one days I had clocked twenty-six days where I did … Continue reading

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2011 Week 4 Post-mortem

Wow. Ok, so, where do I begin? Total word count for this week, between fiction and blog posts here and at MorningCrazy.com, totalled fifteen thousand, five hundred (rounding up and down respectively) for a total of 2214 words a day … Continue reading

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Woot!

Finished “Round and Round” last night, bringing my total of stories completed this year to two. This means that I made my “push” goal for January. Awesome!

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Inspiration – Where mine comes from

Of the many places I frequent online, Warren Ellis’ Whitechapel forum is one of the places I haunt the most. Warren is one of the moderators and is a frequent contributor over there despite his busy schedule. Occasionally he will … Continue reading

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Congrats!

My good friend L, who edits almost all of the fiction I write, recently gave birth to her first child. Many warm wishes and congratulations to her, her husband, and their growing family.

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2011 Week 3 Post-mortem

Week three went better than Week 2 in multiple ways and I received some meh news. Let’s start with the meh and get that out of the way. 1666 and Sacrament both were rejected. Sacrament continues to be the little … Continue reading

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