Blogs are addictive

Wanting to know if people are reading them is also apparently addictive. Matthew Edgar, who’s fighting hard to be timely and relevent and to have something to say (which isn’t all that common, I’m discovering from my growing perusal of other people’s blogs) has a charming air of desperation to his. You really ought to take a look. Really. And … Continue reading →

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1176 words on TWOH

So, totalling up, that’s around 2000 already today. Not too bad. Lauren had an answer come to her in a dream — and she’s decided that it’s THE answer to her prayers and problems. Of course, any time something seems perfectly obvious, foolproof, and right, that’s because we’re overlooking something. Lauren is overlooking something. I’m going to clobber her to … Continue reading →

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The Migraine isn’t helping

I may end up having to quit short tonight. I have a stress migraine, I feel like hell, and yeah, it probably is due to thinking too much about the editorial changes. But I’m a writer, I live in a world with zero stability anyway, and stuff like this removes even any faint illusions of reason or order in my … Continue reading →

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