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waiting for daylight to end

ursulav with the QOTD: But in the long run, Obama spoke to that chunk of idealism that I have been trying to kill for years with alcohol and the Daily Show, and I voted for him as a result.

jaylake with an important PSA for WAMU credit card customers: your data may not be as secure as you think.

The Webghoul has updated my website with Act I, scene iii of Ink & Steel. And that's all you get until the book comes out! (Thank you, Webghoul!) Also, I handed in an essay yesterday to Jessica-my-lovely-editor at Roc, which will be featured (along with Ink & Steel) on the Penguin website next month.

truepenny on Neil Gaiman's "The Problem of Susan."

1468 words on that vignette! Go me! And now, back to the reading.

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Thanks for the links! However, the link for the Jay Lake bit isn't. Instead it's a link to the previous thing on the current political fracas. Just thought you might like to know.
That Quote of the day disturbs me, as a recovering drunk. I haven't had my AA BS bell rung in quite a while.. ding!

But whatever. I just thought i would mention it, in a non-political, abstract, don't mean shit to a tree sort of way.
This would be that Gen-X black irony thing we've talked about before....
how ironic can you be before you wind up saying what you mean? I ask out of curiosity. Obviously, my g-g-g-g-g-g-g-g-eneration was too stoned for irony.
Never say what you mean. Too much vulnerability in that....
now you tell me.. Where were you when i needed a censor?
Any chance the Ink and Steel stuff will be released in hardcover? I loathe paperbacks (because they're so hard not to ruin, and don't look nearly as nice in a big line of book shelves; I buy for the long-term) but I do buy them when I like an author's writing enough, and can't get a hardcover. (You and Glen Cook come to mind, for instance, as recent examples.) (:

I'd just much rather have hardcovers; enough, that I'll buy the hardcover later when it comes out, and give away my paperback. I prefer not having to "soil my hands" (as it were) with the paperbacks in the first place, but I do when it's necessary.

Oh, and the same goes for some of your other works that I've only been able to find in paper... (:
No, there's no chance of it being released in hardcover. I'm not in control of those decisions; the publishers are.
Gah! They're right bastards, then. Ah, well. *continues to buy them up in paper* *wonders if he can somehow secure the rights to do a personal publication run in hardcover or something*