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can't sleep books will eat me

zzzzzzzzzhuhwha?

If I seem a little scarce on the internets lately, today is another busy day. I have to renew my lease, get a haircut, take a friend to the car mechanic, and do all those things that you have to do to live in the world. And then go shoot things.

So, yanno, again, I will see you tomorrow. (Yesterday kicked my butt so bad I slept through to my alarm this morning, which never happens.)

My calendar for the rest of the month scares me a little. I need to be a hibernating worky thing in March. Oh yes, I do. The kind that works.

In other news, my February Storytellers Unplugged column is up. 

And in other, other news, also relating to the initials SU, SCI FI Wire in the person of JJA offers the linked tidbit on Shadow Unit.

Now I must shower.

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And in other news, just got the latest Asimov with your name on the cover! Congrats.
Thank you.

I haven't even seen it yet. *g*
I'm sorry, but I honestly do not know the answer to that question.
I guess I should mention that I capsule-reviewed a couple of your books the other day, then, since you've probably missed that. ;-)

Get enough rest! It's still flu and ick season!
Thanks!
Stupid real life interfering with your internet time.
STUPID!

Beware: Bears!

The above headline rolled by on Google Reader this morning and, at first, I thought you were warning people that you were going to shut yourself in to do worky things and that those who bothered you did so upon peril to their own continued existence. However, upon opening the entry, I was treated to a cute picture and an amusing video though, sadly, no writerly insights. Anyway, I hope you enjoy it. =)

http://englishrussia.com/?p=1758
In other news, my February Storytellers Unplugged column is up.

It never fails to delight me when you talk about replenishing -- what I call collecting. And with actual life, not solely by reading! *happy sigh*
It was such a relief when it clicked for me that that's why I was wandering around sniffing and touching things instead of wanting to mess with words.

Now I'm trying to figure out how the constant mindless motion that goes with it fits in -- kinesthetic learning, distracting my mind into paying attention to other details? or some sort of muscle memory process?

and what about the bouts of really intense figuring out unrelated problems? intuitive logic circuit workout? or just, erm, some sort of mental kickback/aftershock after the big event?

anyway -- thanks. really.