With the onset of the first real snow storm we've had in several weeks, I recently realized this will be my third year of winter-biking. I'm legal to drive, but haven't felt the need to purchase a vehicle (yet) and manage all the fun finances that come with such a responsibility, especially since I can…Read more Round Three!
I can confidently say every word in the first six chapters is intentional, every character introduction purposeful, and (just about) every plot line either wrapped up or noted for closure later.
As my last post was apparently from back in oh... August/September, I'm long overdue for an update. For the sake of not writing a novel (mostly as my hands are already loaded with NaNo at the moment), here's the brief version of the past few weeks and months. September 9th: Fall Coronation. I had the…Read more There is life!
Between a family reunion, actually decent hours at work, the end of the Shakespeare show's costuming (and their opening/closing weekend), and a few other things, my last post was a bit delayed. Here's to getting this one out in a timely fashion as upcoming events include the (wedding and) reception for two group members, Fall…Read more Hadrian’s Feld 2017/AS 51
Friday Unlike Thursday, the day started on a much more reasonable note- waking with the sunrise. We did, however, end up comfortably napping in until much closer to eight in the morning, when the excitement for the day began to set in. After a brief breakfast of thoroughly mundane toaster strudels (though not toasted!), granola…Read more Warriors and Warlords XXIV: Fri-Sun
With a departure of 3:30 am, only adventure can follow!
Dreams are strange things, and once in a great while, they yield fully formed, fascinating stories. This is one of them. After the wars, the first thing they fixed was the automated services. The thought was that in doing so, we'd have more time and energy to focus on fixing society. The thought wasn't necessarily…Read more Street Life