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criminal minds reid seeing things

put your hands on the wheel. let the golden age begin.

Wrote some last night and this morning. Forgot to eat breakfast, which I should do something about when I manage to get up off of this couch. Next project is 1200 words or so on Range of Ghosts, and then I'm off the clock until tomorrow. I have some reading to do, and there may be an hour of TV in there to complement some dog brushing. (Dog brushing really needs to happen every day.)

I'm going to try Fringe. We'll see if the first disk sends me into screaming horrors.

Also, I should wash off the stove and clean the counters.

I know. The glamour never stops.



Proposal for Spectra: Sometime soonish in here.
Realms of Fantasy Review Column: August 11 (One more book to read. Then column writing tomorrow)
Review Who Fears Death for Ideomancer (August 1)
Review Kid V. Squid for Tor.com (August 1)
Review The Dervish House for Tor.com (August)
Review Omnitopia Dawn for Tor.com (August)
Review The Life Cycle of Software Objects for Tor.com (August)
Essay for secrit projekt: August 15

Viable Paradise: October 1-10
World Fantasy: October 28-31
Range of Ghosts: November 2 (need to start writing a 6-8 pages a day on Monday.)
"Uniform": November 15 (with [info]stillsostrange, [info]blackholly, [info]coffeeem, [info]willshetterly, cpolk, truepenny, and [info]cristalia)
Darkover: November 26-28
"Ligature": January 15 2011
New Amsterdam IV & chapbook: March 2011
Leprecon 37: May 6-8
Eurocon: June 17-19 2011 (barring volcanoes)
Fourth Street Fantasy Conversation: June 23-26 2011
"The Shaded King": Autumn 2011
Shattered Pillars: November 2 2011
An Apprentice to Elves: December 1 2011 (with [info]truepenny)
The Steles of the Sky : November 2012


No fixed deadline:

Karen Memory
Smile
(unless its name is actually Salt Water)
REZ (formely known at the Singularity Rent novel)
Unsuitable Metal
"Untitled Space Opera Thingy"
"Patience & Fortitude" (aka The Mighty Drag Werewolf story)
"Steel Something"
"Spellslinger"
"Posthumous Jonson"
"Untitled Cyberdragon Story"
"The Slaughtered Lamb"
"The Death of Terrestrial Radio"
"On Safari in R'lyeh and Carcosa with Gun and Camera"
"Möbius Heart"

Comments

"Posthumous Jonson" is the absolute best title/name ever.
It makes me happy. Of course, now I have to write the story....
"...nothing but work, work, work all the time." =p
Also, icon love.
=D
Fringe is . . . variable. I don't care a great deal about their metaplot, but some of the character dynamics please me a great deal, and when it comes to stories, character is what I value most of all.

I'll be interested to see what you think of it.
Fair warning, the first episode of Fringe sent me into screaming horrors. So much so I almost walked away then.

I stayed.

It was TOTALLY worth it.
I was just going to say the exact same thing. It's not the blatant X-Files rip-off it comes off as. It's much, much more than just that. But you have to stick with it a bit.

(Anonymous)

Father issues

I like Fringe a lot mostly for Walter and Peter and how their on screen chemistry and story has progressed. The inclusion of so many Wire and Oz regulars is also a draw. It worth watching for much of the acting and for the level of plotting... It is uncommon dot tv sf to have a well plotted story arc.

Re: Father issues

I watched the first disc and might come back to it later. I love that it's got a female main character, and I did like Walter. And Lance Reddick is a draw... but the conspiracy plotline was leaving me cold, and they seriously lost me on the "eye records the last thing it saw" thing.