Monthly Archives: December 2011

Tea 101

I’m a bit of a foodie, but I don’t have time to cook anymore. What’s a gourmet to do? Apparently, go insane about tea. Tea has almost zero calories (almost because milk and sugar are essential to the process), takes … Continue reading

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Wolfbound available in time for Christmas

My debut novella, Wolfbound, is now available on Smashwords; it’ll be up on Kindle soon, it takes them a day or so to approve new uploads. More information can be found on the Writings page; an excerpt can be found … Continue reading

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TPD pp71-72: Waiting on the world to change.

Surprise! I managed two TPD posts. A little less ground today in exchange for a little deeper coverage. This passage actually managed to speak to me when I read it closely, and I’d like to share some of that with … Continue reading

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Today

Today, for the first time since I started my new job, l really feel like I was useful and accomplished important things. No post today, I’ll just be over here basking in the glow of satisfaction.

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TPD pp 67-70: In which no plans are made

I honestly struggle with what to write for the first part of chapter 7. It’s all stuff that presumably advances the plot, but there’s not much to say about it. Hank calls his predecessor at Ashton Community, Pastor James Ferrel, … Continue reading

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Updates

Oh god I’m so tired. I’m just going to babble about my life for a bit and see if anything useful comes of it. My Car I dropped it off Friday, still haven’t received a call with an estimate yet. … Continue reading

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TPD pp 65-67: The conspiracy continues

Trigger warning: Discussions of domestic abuse At one am (or is it…?), Bernie is calling Marshall. If I were Kate I’d be a little concerned about this level of familiarity, but to be fair, she’s still concerned about her daughter … Continue reading

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