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bear by san

maybe not in my lifetime, but in yours I feel sure.

So.

What do you guys want to see more of around here? My larnin' curve on the whole writing thing seems to be flattening out a little bit, so there's a heck of a lot less of the "Look at my brain whir uselessly!" type posts. But I'm open to suggestions of what I might discuss.

hard times, I'm used to them
the speeding planet burns, I'm used to it
my life's so common it disappears.

When I get back from WFC, I need to take a break from working on "Chatoyant" and get the proposal for Dust squared away. Which means, eee, a synopsis. And at least a nod at a writing sample.

And I think I have to scrap all the preliminary stuff I had and start over, because the book grew in the back of my head when I wasn't looking.

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Hmm. . .I don't have any great suggestions for posts, but I'll see you at WFC in a couple days. I'll be there tomorrow. Wheeee!!!
the book grew in the back of my head when I wasn't looking

I've had a few of those. How can something be so annoying and so exhilarating at the same time?...

This wtiting lark. GOtta love it.

See you in Texas -
More larnin' curve!

Honestly, it's hugely inspirational, even if it's less curvaceous these days. :)
I'm a fan of the glamour. ::grin:: More glamour. Oh, and also more posts on why CT is really the most underrated state evar!!!
I like your random Ren-geek noodlings.
I would love love love to see a roundup post with links to various comments you've made on biographies, etc. of Shakespeare and Marlowe. Or just a reflection on which ones you like best and which ones to avoid like the plague (without links if it's too much trouble). I think most of those posts were pre-tags, but I could be wrong.

Also I'd like to see more on writing historical fiction and how the research feeds into the creative process, and those creepy clicking moments you've mentioned a couple of times before where the fiction seems to come to life.