Monthly Archives: December 2011

2011

I didn’t blog much in 2011. My blogging style is mostly short observations and in-the-moment pics and random silly stuff, and I put most of my energy for that kind of thing into Twitter. A lot of the people I … Continue reading

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Loaded for plush

From the children’s section at Bloomingdales:

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Cog

This weekend I wrote a 600-word scene about this guy: In the scene, he saves a puppy and gets run over by a truck. Then he has to go to school with parts of his robotic brain poking through his … Continue reading

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Book 2

Started Book 2 of The Osteomancer’s Son. I’ve never written a sequel or a continuation of a series, so this is new territory for me. I do have a basic understanding that I’ll need to pick up unresolved threads from … Continue reading

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I did another one

Every now and again I reach a point in the composition of a novel where I have to ask myself the following questions: 1. Is there a beginning, middle, and an end? In other words, is the book complete? 2. … Continue reading

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Three things I want to show you

The sunset was really nice tonight. The tree is trimmed. The dog got a blanket, which he likes enough not to shrug off when he wakes up and stumbles into the room. Those were the three things I wanted to … Continue reading

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Good dog

I was sitting on a bench outside the doctor’s office with the dog, and it was just remarkable how many people smiled, cooed, or actually came over to pet the animal. It’s amazing how his simple presence gives total strangers … Continue reading

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Eggnog

I was just asked on Twitter for my eggnog recipe, but it takes a lot more than 140 characters to make eggnog. So, here’s my eggnog recipe: Ingredients: 3/4 cups milk 3/4 cups half-n-half or heavy whipping cream if you … Continue reading

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