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Musings on the ambitious flop that was “Bad Cow”

Yesterday I posted a self-deprecating / self-pitying image macro acknowledging that Bad Cow, which I’d enthusiastically considered the most important and mind-blowing piece of literature to grace my bibliography, didn’t really hit that mark. I intended it as a direct … Continue reading

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Expanding brain

Day 24. 11 pages, 5,423 words. Slow going, but fun. So much other work to do right now, it’s a bit of a rush. I mean, in the excitement-sense, but also I guess in the … well, rush-sense. I got … Continue reading

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Once more unto the Twittersphere

Another busy week and not much to add on the writing front, but I decided to take another swing at getting The Final Fall of Man some attention, since I went to the trouble of writing it and all. It … Continue reading

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Thursdays: Good, But Not a Patch On Fridays

Still working on some more of the Way Backstory, it’s turning out to be pretty big though and I’ve been busy as usual, so may have to delay it a bit. And just prattle in the meantime. Glenn’s gathered a … Continue reading

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Tuesday (What I Did On It)

Today, instead of doing anything useful, I poured a lot of my free time into making a Twitter account for the first-phase kaiju invasion of Earth in the late Cretaceous period, specifically the lone scout whose name, I decided, was … Continue reading

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Scout’s Log

 Day 1: Came through the Rift today at <wacky alien time coordinates cut> ascension, time and space over here seem to operate on a weird Euclidean principle, entirely non-eldritch and disturbing. It’s almost as if their geometry is fundamentally different … Continue reading

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