Monthly Archives: June 2012

Exciting action sequence

ShareTweet A new story is posted. I would write more, and I promise there’ll be a larger post next week, but I’m going to try to power on through in the section of Nosamae Ascending that I’m at.  I don’t … Continue reading

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Know When to Sleep

ShareTweet Some folks who follow my posts on Twitter and Facebook have expressed some jealousy at my recent productivity. It’s certainly true that I’ve maintained an average of about 1,400 words per day against a target average of 1,000 words. … Continue reading

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Running to write more

ShareTweet Another story is posted. I began running again this week. There is a nice hill near our house that I can reach the top of in just about four minutes right now.  It reminds me of the hills around … Continue reading

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What Is a Coffee Nap?

ShareTweet A couple weeks back I mentioned the value of figuring out how your brain works and using it just like you would any other tool. One of my peculiar brain tricks is what I call the coffee nap. I … Continue reading

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Hello, snake

ShareTweet A new story is posted.  I say new.  It’s not that new.  I’m working my way through them, tidying, editing a bit, but it’s less of a priority than working on the next novel. We live near Monticello, Thomas … Continue reading

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Voluntary Deadlines

ShareTweet About a month ago, I mentioned I was preparing to start a large, ambitious project I jokingly refer to as How I Destroyed Civilization. Well, the preparations are complete, and as of May 28th I have begun to work … Continue reading

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Titles by contact

ShareTweet There’s a new story uploaded. It’s off a main page now, and I’ll find some art for it later. Titling stories has been an interesting exercise.  Kingmaker was a strong title from the start, and when you look around … Continue reading

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The Toolmaker-Maker

ShareTweet One of the things that has allowed us to thrive as a species is our ability to create and use tools to achieve things our (let’s face it) pretty weak bodies cannot. Most animals see a foot-long stick and … Continue reading

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