I’ve been taking notes on Pliny–the Pliny Train is still going, but doing posts every few pages, while fun for me, is a massive time investment and quite probably boring to everyone else. So I’m thinking about a different structure for those posts. More of an overview than a detailed reading. In other reading news, […]
I’m at full steam on revisions for the first Gallow book. It’s…interesting. I tend to write lean and fast on the zero and first drafts, so that the editor normally has to tell me where to pack more into a story instead of excising bits. Which ends up with a little frustration on my end–I […]
Redemption Alley and Heaven’s Spite were too painful to have soundtracks. Or, to be more precise, they have soundtracks, but every time I listen to them I’m reminded of the awful time I had with both books. Jill wasn’t the only one feeling a bit battered by the end of Heaven’s Spite. Angel Town was […]
What sparked this one: This news story. The Prompt: The doll appeared on the porch Friday evening, with blank black button eyes and a soft vacuous smile. The Limit: 300 words GO!
Here’s Trundles as a puppy. He’d just finished eating a pair of angora socks I absolutely loved; you can see the evidence to the right. *sigh* At least he got his fiber that day.