How Very Strange — 11 Comments

  1. I’m really excited about CCC, and I’m interested in your new e-book store. Any e-books you write I am definately going to get, I just hope that my computer lets me. It’s really old, and runs slow, πŸ˜€ All the best from this corner!

  2. I think it is the time of year for contemplation. There is something about the weather in early December that fosters quiet contemplation. Especially when there is snow on the ground.
    I hope you enjoy it while it lasts. Life always has that habit of intruding on our quiet moments. And I really hope that the Seven Accursed gets off the ground. The feeling of that poem made me tingle inside. I havenÒ€ℒt read any of your fantasy work being only newly introduced to you via MR and LSG but I can’t wait for it.

  3. Enjoy the month of December. You’ve earned the time off and need it. I have a feeling we’ll see some really interesting book ideas coming up over the next couple of weeks.

    If you do decide to do a print version, 8.5 x 11 or A4 with a plastic comb binding would be relatively inexpensive to produce and ideal for lying flat on the desk when in use. Just a thought.

    Counting the days until release…

  4. I think…I think I know what you mean.

    I mean, I’ve experienced a few similar phoenomenon (excuse my horrific spelling), but lately…

    You just feel, like you can do it. Like this IS.
    Writing Nirvana. πŸ˜€

  5. I would definitely buy any ebooks that you produce. But, would you consider using or something similar to get them into print form, too?

    I like reading ebooks, but for a reference book or workbook, I’d really like to have something that I could scribble in, take with, etc.

    Curently redoing my book budget,

  6. I’ll be very curious to see how you work your e-book store. There are so many ways to create one – some more user-friendly than others. Have you thought of a name for your store?

    I always think of storms when I finish a book. There’s that strange time when the rain has stopped, the lightening is finished, but the sky is still overcast, and the distant rumbles of the thunder can still be heard. Maybe another storm is going to start. Maybe the sun is going to peek out. You just have to wait and see.


    Good luck. Oh, and my husband wanted me to remind you not to neglect your keyboard when cleaning.


  7. At the moment, I find that I have enough energy to:

    * Clean my trackball
    * Clean my monitor
    * Do my workouts, sorta kinda
    * Write on CCC, sporadically
    * Read and comment on things other people have written

    At the moment, from within my shell of calm, I’m waiting–in a somnolent, dreamy fashion–for the other shoe to drop.

  8. “Entering the void” is what I call it, the point when a book is finished and no other writing project is on the table. i’ve found it goes eventually.

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