Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 4

Simplifying … again Writing these posts is annoying. My usual writing is done in Org mode in Emacs, which I love. These posts are in WordPress, which means writing in a different format, lots of pesky limitations, and the need to be online to write posts or maintain the site, which is particularly annoying consideringContinue reading “Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 4”

Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 3

Playing catch-up I woke up mid-morning, read some news, then spent most of the day catching up e-mail and weblog posts. I should have turned my attention to Taxi Adventure, but instead I spent most of the day reassessing my book file format, which always feels like wasting time. I had a good reason, though,Continue reading “Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 3”

Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 2

Lazy Sunday I woke up in late morning, then spent most of the day lounging with my wife. In the afternoon we went to visit her mother, then up to visit my parents. I felt a little guilty for not working, but then it was a Sunday after all. Writing In the evening I finallyContinue reading “Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 2”

Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 1

Typical start I was tempted to write “slow start” or “rough start”, but it occurs to me that it always takes a while to get going. I’m not sure a Saturday was the best day to start a challenge like this, but it’s always easy to find reasons not to do something, so I’m startingContinue reading “Writing In Public: Year 1, Month 1, Day 1”

Recreated

Well! We had our 3-week, 6,500-mile vacation experience at the beginning of this month. We did some fun things, including the St. Louis Arch, the Maid of the Mist boat tour at Niagara Falls, and a tour of the Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River, including Boldt Castle, and I’m very happy thatContinue reading “Recreated”

Zombies Versus Comicon Published Early

There is a school of thought, espoused on places like LeanPub.com, that authors should, with their books, publish early, and publish often. The idea is that the benefits of getting early reader engagement significantly outweigh the drawbacks of releasing something with imperfections, maybe even a lot of imperfections. Thus, to produce and release a bookContinue reading “Zombies Versus Comicon Published Early”

Zombies Versus Comicon E-Book Published

After two years of languishing in the back of my notes and twelve days of long hours and intense effort, my new novel is here: Zombies Versus Comicon. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be trapped in an underground level of the Convention Center, after hours, unable to communicate with theContinue reading “Zombies Versus Comicon E-Book Published”