It has definitely been a long day. I got up at 5:00 a.m so that I could drive for training in Boise. Trained, then I went to dinner with my son. That was fun -- the dinner, although we did share a lot of laughs during the training. Dinner was also very good. I now … Continue reading Riding Thunder
It was just a couple of touch-ups, I swear
I'm not sure what happened to the evening, but I'm pretty sure it evaporated when I went to make a couple touch-ups on the interior of Give Up the Ghost. It was just supposed to be a couple changes, making sure that pages would go to the proper pages when I generated the print book. … Continue reading It was just a couple of touch-ups, I swear
I took a look today at how far behind I have gotten with my publishing. I have several short stories out that are only in electronic (and some in audio too) form. I also have a whole bunch that need to either be out "in the mail" submitting for magazines or published. That doesn't even … Continue reading Awareness
And there’s an eighth
A day ago or so, I thought I'd finished the 7th part of the Fenrir's Tales story that I've been working on (for far too long). It's the 27th one I've written. It wasn't, by any stretch, the end of this series of dog park stories I was doing. I wasn't sure that I really … Continue reading And there’s an eighth
Making a strange place special – part 2
What is a "landlore"? Sounds like of mysterious, right? I thought so too, so I had to go investigate. In fact, the prospect of discovering who or what this landlore was is what drew me into my Sun Falls stories. The name seemed normal enough: Jane Alexander. But did you know that when I happened … Continue reading Making a strange place special – part 2
Making a strange place special – part 1
The setting for my short story, Protective Mythology, is a homeowners' association called Sun Falls. But it's not your typical homeowners' association. Those who buy houses here come for different reasons. In Alice's case, she only thought that she was the one to buy the house, but it really had to do with a Sun … Continue reading Making a strange place special – part 1
Merlin says hi! We spent a bit of time outside in the shade this afternoon. He was thrilled. He wanted to bark at everyone. I was giving him treats to keep him quiet and trying to get him to be a good boy while I was writing. I didn't get much writing done. What I … Continue reading Treat time
I promised a schedule of forthcoming ebook titles. Here it is: Four Becomes a Foundation: 07/24/22 (yesterday)Stonecharmer: 08/09/22The Tales of Quanst the Mouse: 08/23/22Stonebreaker: 09/06/22Ring of Stars: 09/20/22 (no links yet)Stonesinger: 10/04/22 And there's more in line, but these are the ones I know will be coming soon. Happy reading!
Well, my plan for last night worked well. Almost a little too well. When I made it to my office last night, I realized that I still had 3/4 of a cup of coffee in there. No wonder I had a headache and was so tired. So I clicked on my coffee warmer and got … Continue reading Success
Part 2 is finished
So far, all the Fenrir's Tales that have multiple parts to them have nice little endings that still wrap the story. Until today. The ending to Dog Park (Part 1) made me cry. The ending to Dog Park (Part 2) is a cliffhanger and a drastic edgy one at that. When I started this story, … Continue reading Part 2 is finished
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