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I am, in fact, still alive, and still writing.

The short version is this: I was most of the way through what was meant to be the “final draft,” but then I took a bit of a break and had a long, hard look at what I’d written, and … Continue reading

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How the hell is it almost September already?

Just a quick update for any of you still pointlessly dropping in here from time to time. Yes, work on the book continues. First draft was a huge hit with beta readers, final draft (what they saw of it) even … Continue reading

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Update time.

Still working. Always working. If I was writing generic genre fantasy, I’d be long done by now, but this is something much more literary and should stand out from a lot of what’s there on the shelves right now. It’s … Continue reading

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And a merry Yule to all!

So, this is way overdue, and my editor will probably kill me for putting up a (not entirely) arbitrarily chosen section that hasn’t been edited, copy- or otherwise, at all. And still I’m glad to do it. Things are starting … Continue reading

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*Ahem*

Yeah, so, I’m way late with that new teaser, huh? Seeing as it’s technically a GW2 blog (for now), you should be used to seeing something When It’s Ready! (Sorry–too Soon?) In all seriousness, apologies to everyone out there–my editor … Continue reading

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BLACKHAAAAWKS! *shakes fist*

I ain’t even mad, to be honest. Great series from two tired-as-fuck-looking teams. Enjoy the summer, Hawks fans. Bask in it. Uh, yeah, in other news, I’m barely playing GW2, and while hammer-warrior is sorta fun, I will probably never … Continue reading

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OH LAWD

Lord Stanley, that is. Bring on the ‘Hawks! Also, I’m pretty sure this actually did happen: What a fucking series. I’ll be honest here–the way the Bruins were playing down the stretch at the end of the season, I didn’t … Continue reading

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