I had a blast at FenCon this weekend. Met lots of great folks, too many to count or to mention here, but everyone was so friendly and great, I was really surprised. 🙂 Why can’t the rest of life be like that?
Strangely, I only went to about 4 panels. My best times were walking around saying hi to people or talking to them in the bar or the ConSuite.
Oh, and I missed Michelle Muenzler’s reading, which is an unforgivable act. So if I disappear, she may have offed me.
Trifecta, and a good one. Kung Fu, check. Guitar, check. Writing, check. Key plotting and notes and +2,000 words. http://ow.ly/2FBXp
Trifecta! A good one! +500 words. http://ow.ly/2F0ah
Err.. Make that +2250 words. Sorry. Missed a digit.
Trifecta again. 2 in a row, good start. Writing: Trashed what I wrote last night. + 250 words
Trifecta! and +119 words.
New word of the day: Polysyndeton. This is me all over.
“Tomas did not realize at the time that metaphors are dangerous. Metaphors are not to be trifled with. A single metaphor can give birth to love.”
-Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Beign
INTERVIEWER: Would you admit to there being symbolism in your novels? HEMINGWAY: I suppose there are symbols since critics keep finding them
Been wondering about the term “Urban Fantasy”. Why does it have to be urban? Why can’t it be rural?
Actually, I’ve been wondering this for a while. The novels I’ve been writing are in part a reaction to this thought.