Well, I'm not a mobile blogger, but I thought since I have a new phone that I'd see what I can do with it. Just testing for now.
I expect big things this next year. 2013, among other things, will be the year I complete my first novel. It will also be the year I definitely pay off my car, possibly enroll in school again, and perhaps get one or two of my short pieces published. Those are big things. I'm not making … Continue reading Epic Anticipation
[Instead of approaching this linearly, I'm writing bits and pieces of it in different time periods. The commentary that book-ends this story takes place well before what I consider the "present" of the universe, some time before the Lunar Massacre but obviously after the Solarians, whereas the hearing itself took place before the Solarians, and … Continue reading The Inner Wild: Family Feud
At the first of December, you may remember me telling you that one of my pieces had made it past the first round of readings at a science fiction magazine. I haven't made that big a deal of it. I often forget that its floating out there and not getting submitted elsewhere. I learned early … Continue reading More Progress
I began this project this past summer, wrote a few connecting pieces to it, then abandoned it. I still think its worth pursuing. I love space westerns. I sometimes wish I'd been born about 20 to 30 years earlier just so I could have seen the pulp fiction golden years personally. The Inner Wild, in … Continue reading The Inner Wild
Progress is relative. In just two weeks, I've conquered the Adventures of Lolo 1, 2, and 3. This weekend, I finally finished the main quest of Skyrim. A week ago, my team in NHL 13 broke .500 for the first time, just in time for a playoff run. I have less than 100 words left … Continue reading Akinesiac
And finally, here is my last transplant from the Reliquary. It's cold in Texas today - so appropriate, yes. When I say that some of this really happened, I mean it. Except that I'm the one who tortured Destro for information. --- [Some of this really happened, but most of did not. I always … Continue reading Frozen Texas Summer