Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Wednesday, August 17, 2005
Waxing Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Chiron Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde
Sunny and pleasant

New horseracing article up at FemmeFan:

Let’s see if the link posts or not. It’s called “The Broth Breathers”, which is what it felt like here in the northeast these past days.

Today is much nicer.

There’s a worm racing around the internet – crashed the computers of The New York Times and ABC News yesterday. I ran the MacAfee last night, then got today’s update and am running it again.

There’s an interview with Brenda Williamson on today’s entry of The Thirteen Traveling Journals project. She’s also another KIC writer, and, separate from that, has a new book coming out in a few months in a series called The Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Deadly Virtues.

Hop on over to Wild Child and check out B.K. Birch’s second part of her story,
"Strange Fruit". It’s excellent.

Had to provide some info to a Greenwich newspaper, interested in running the mention about my contest placement with Toasted Cheese. That’s always flattering.

Did some more marketing last night for 13 Journals. And, since the glitches seem to be solved with Elusive Prayers, I’m going to get back to that marketing fray shortly.

I also re-read what I have of Periwinkle. I was surprised by how well it reads. There’s been enough time so I could read it as though someone else wrote it, and I wanted more. So, back to Periwinkle I go. Let’s hope I’ve learned something about how much time and effort to spend on the serials and I start putting other work first. Yes, I still have to spend time every day on them, but I want to shuffle around the order.

Off to do some writing, and then to spend some quality time with my SO.

The Thirteen Traveling Journals Project
The Place and Space Journal Project

Elusive Prayers
For an excerpt or to purchase, click the title.

The Widow’s Chamber
Angel Hunt

Cutthroat Charlotte
For a free issue of any of the above serial, click the title and download.


At 11:34 AM, Blogger B. K. Birch said...

It's been a long time since I've read the word Periwinkle on your blog. It's nice to see it again.

Thanks for the nod on Strange Fruit.


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