No, not Poltergeists, silly. They’d be afraid to come here.
No, only the long-awaited editorial notes for the first novel of my senses-shattering epic fantasy trilogy, The Dinosaur Lords!
Not the actual annotated pages. Yet. But a letter from The Editor, giving preliminary notes, and promising actual pages tomorrow. Which counts, so I’m not looking that gift-Tyrannosaurus [...]
So yesterday I got an email firing me off the Seekrit Projekt. The editor – who has been immensely supportive, helpful, and enthusiastic throughout our professional association, and who professed herself delighted by everything I delivered – said her CEO didn’t care for the “voice, tone, and style of writing.” (Or as one waggish friend [...]
Rumors of my death are scarcely exaggerated. Home now, and doing much better.
Started out a happy, productive day. Then it twisted bizarrely into one of those days.
Sorry I’ve been out of touch. Computer adventures continued to intrude, although most of them have come to favorable resolutions (knock wood.) My square foot garden thrives. And I’ve been very productively busy on both Deathlands and The Dinosaur Lords this [...]
But first, since we needs more graphics on this site, and also since I’ve been dying to post this:
Japan welcomes its robot overlords
Hat tip to Katherine Mangu-Ward at reason.
What’s it got to do with the subject of this post? Well, accomplished rationalizer that I am (it’s a living), I could spin you [...]
It’s now 2:01 AM here in the Mountain West. I was up already, way too late – the All-Star Game went on forever (and the National League lost again, darn it!)
A bit over ten minutes ago I heard a serious gunshot. Sounded like a 12-gauge, and as if it came from, like, a block to [...]