Words: about 20.

I had a brainstorm, which meant revising the existing bit that I last wrote. So not much headway, but I know where I’m going now. A side effect of the speed writing.

So yeah, this blog thing. Sorry about that. Life, and stuff. We had friends over Friday, and then got invited to a friend’s birthday party for the next night, and for me, that was utter debauchery and there went the weekend.

I’ve been nailing down book signings and should have a schedule soon. I promise. I am also developing a few fun surprises, so stay tuned…

This is a reminder also that the Apollocon writer’s workshop deadline is coming up: May 29. Check out the fully updated Web site for more information.

And coming this week — a writing lesson on showing, not telling. This is a tricky one. I want to make sure I develop this right.


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