Monthly Archives: January 2013

Of patches and writing and contests. (And sports.)

Patch day tomorrow–so I’m pre-angried-up about the lack of ranger fixes, or incoming unwarranted nerfs. Kidding. I’m looking forward to seeing what they’re up to, and I’ve swapped (a while ago, come to think of it) from a shortbow snoozefest … Continue reading

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Chapter 13, and a huge milestone passed.

Unlucky number thirteen. It would seem that even our intrepid anti-heroes aren’t immune to the superstitious portent of doom. All is not lost, however, as with the release of chapter 13, we see Thorn pass a huge milestone: 100,000 words. … Continue reading

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And so it begins.

In other news, chapter 13 has been upgraded from, “Uh, I dunno–me sick,” to “Soon!” The first draft is done, and hopefully I’ll get the rewrites finished up over the weekend–in between watching the Bruins and the Pats, anyway.

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Chapter 12

Here we go–the beginning of the end; the start of the third and final act of Thorn. Chapter 12 is now live. Not much I can say that reading it won’t cover. It’s long, as every chapter seems to be … Continue reading

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Writing, writing.

Always writing. I recall reading for enjoyment, once upon a time. There’s a very sad stack of Van Reid’s fantastic Moosepath League books giving me the hairy eyeball from the shelf by the window. Anyhow–chapter eleven and the much-needed revamp … Continue reading

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Prologue revamp

tl;dr It’s up now. Keep reading if you like a good ramble, however. Yeah, so, I’ll be honest here. I’ve never liked the prologue much, and for the life of me, when I go back through it, I wonder why … Continue reading

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Chapter 11!

If someone had told me at this time last year that I’d be close to 300 pages into writing a novel at the beginning of 2013, I’d’ve laughed. Yet…here we are. I’m thrilled to ring in the new year by … Continue reading

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