Or Just Fighting Machines With Breasts? It is refreshing and heartening to have come across one so young that is also this wise among the generation that has brought us condom snorting, Tide Pod eating and David Hogg. https://youtu.be/Jumw30_j9cs Thanks to John C Wright's blog wherein I found the video.
It is time to vote for the DRAGON AWARDS!
My short story, Salvation Inc. is now available as part of this fine anthology from Lyonesse! https://www.amazon.com/Lyonesse-Wondrous-Heroic-Adventure-Fiction-ebook/dp/B0784LZ6BF/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1517836323&sr=1-1-fkmr1&keywords=lyonesse+press+volume+2
I didn't finish One Last Flight this weekend as I thought I might. Thus the bottle of Glenlivet remains on my desk, unopened and taunting me. The ending of this story has continually receded from me like the line of the horizon. I can't really complain about it because, quite frankly, I've been having a … Continue reading ONE LAST FLIGHT – Update
Lyonesse Summer 2017 Volume 2 Has a great sampling of the fiction available through Lyonesse Press. You will find my own tale, Salvation Inc. in this fine collection. Pick yourself up a copy today, while it is still only .99 cents!
My computer died on November 3, dashing my NaNoWriMo plans to pieces. I wasn't able to replace it until a few days ago and have in the interim been doing my writing by hand in a notebook. It's been such a long, long time since I've done so much longhand writing that the particular muscles … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Is A Bust
I managed to add another 687 words to the short story that will not die! At 13K plus words, it's well into novelette territory and seems to barreling straight through into the novella zone. I could, of course, end up cutting back on it significantly during the second draft, so we'll see. All I know … Continue reading One Last Flight – Day Twelve
770 and 463 word respectively.
Maybe its a classic case of ye olde fear of success, but there is definitely something about deadlines that always leads me to sabotage myself. I made the end of September my deadline to finish One Last Flight. I'm not going to make it. I dithered away the last six days with one distraction or … Continue reading One Last Flight – Day Nine
Micro Sprint: 203 words Macro Sprint : 758 words