Monthly Archives: August 2010

It’s been a very busy week

Technorati Tags: Moving woes,events calendar   Maybe I’m finally getting old. I don’t remember most of it. What I do remember is shifting boxes, rearranging my room to fit more stuff into it, building tables and assembling chairs, shifting more … Continue reading

Posted in The Business of Writing

Well, one of my editors is very happy. the other is on vacation…

I got an email from Eve Bell yesterday. She said she was taking the rewritten portion of “Twisted Key” to the library with her. I’d sent her my rewrites about a week ago, before we started to move into the … Continue reading

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Late To Bed And Early To Rise

Technorati Tags: Moving headaches,sore feet,new bed,"Hog Valley"   We’ve been moving boxes between apartments the last several days, working hard to get all of the small stuff out of the old apartment and into the new before the movers arrive … Continue reading

Posted in Life, and other stuff

An Update between Downtimes

Technorati Tags: Service Provider Hell,Moving headaches,Wireless Hell   Tuesday of last week we were warming up to the task of moving to another apartment. We were in touch with our cable service provider, the electric company, my publisher, the new … Continue reading

Posted in Life, and other stuff

The Short Version

Technorati Tags: torn retina,surgery,writing   Back in March of this year, I was living in Silver Springs, Florida. I’d moved there in April of 2008 to do research on my second novel “Hog Valley”. Much of the story takes place … Continue reading

Posted in Medical Stuff

The Short Version

Technorati Tags: torn retina,surgery,writing   Back in March of this year, I was living in Silver Springs, Florida. I’d moved there in April of 2008 to do research on my second novel “Hog Valley”. Much of the story takes place … Continue reading

Posted in Medical Stuff

I’m running out of options

Technorati Tags: Writing,procrastination,"Writer’s Block"   I almost put pen to paper this morning. I was standing in the living room, alone, looking at the television (which was turned off at the time), thinking about flipping through the desert of morning … Continue reading

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