Monthly Archives: November 2014

NaNoFeed: And the Groove Returns, in Force! (with Excerpt!)

This morning I tried out the new walking work station (with my keyboard resting on the tray on the new treadmill in my workout location). And it went swimmingly. While walking on the treadmill, I wrote approximately 1500 words of … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors, Sunday 16 November 2014 (NaNoFeed)

Martisset smiled at something her namesake was saying (as yet there was no sound) and the drums rolled over her reply to him. She helped Martisset the Elder walk to the place where the Great Shipwright had saluted the likenesses of … Continue reading

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NaNoFeed: excerpt from WIP novel The Fourth Prime

This one’s moving along slowly, but it is my Official NaNoWriMo Project. It’s a continuation of the story from Inside the Jump (NaNo 2013). So, without further ado…

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NaNoFeed: Tuesday write-in, a photo travelogue (Your Mom’s Basement)


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NaNoFeed: Midnight, and a new excerpt! (Romance with Rayguns, NaNo 2014 WIP)

Another fabulous afternoon at the Minneapolis Central Library write-in, and I scored over 3000 words. That’s still slow (some of my companions cracked 10,000) but I’m really happy with the scenes I wrote. I’ve stepped over the threshold into my … Continue reading

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For the last stop of the night, the Northern Tour came to Wilde Roast Cafe, a venue that holds a well-deserved warm spot in my writerly heart. This is the place where I’ve sipped a mocha and carried on chats … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors, Sunday 9 November 2014 (NaNoFeed)

Xue turned her head in the direction of Hernan’s glance, and swore, “Fuckin’ hull-breach with feet. Tikhon.” “Language,” Timur said, in his capacity as elder sibling. Hernan, on the other hand, laughed aloud. “That’s a pretty succinct translation,” he said.  … Continue reading

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