Archive for January, 2013

On Endurance

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

She got to get behind the mule In the morning and plow. She got to get behind the mule In the morning and plow. –Tom Waits Last night I wrote 4000 words. Today, I ran twelve miles. These two activities are not really dissimilar. They require good prep, training, proper rest and nutrition, and they’re [...]

Where to go and what to do in case of emergency.

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Writing Steles of the Sky has been eating my life, to the detriment of blogging anything. However, there’s a bit of news, and so I am here to at least catch you up, if not be conversational. Maybe in April. 0.0 ITEM: Range of Ghosts is out in trade paperback today! And, of course, the [...]

It’s not very exciting around here.

Friday, January 18th, 2013

I’m on deadline (Steles of the Sky is due first week of March, and edits on One-Eyed Jack just landed) and my dear Mr. Lynch is visiting until the end of the month, which means we’ve been spending endless hours sitting and typing at one another. And I’m training for a half-marathon at the end [...]

What a day for a new year…

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

…okay, a bit late, but I’ve been busy! I’ve recommenced work on Steles of the Sky, which cannot be finished soon enough to suit me at this point, but will probably take another couple of months at least. It’s the Only Thing On My To-Do List until it’s done. And then I have a metric [...]