Archive for March, 2008

  • by Jet Mykles

    I can’t cheat on characters (see last week’s blog) but I can cheat on blog entries. Rather than me rambling on, how about an excerpt from my upcoming (*cough*next week*cough*) release?
    Pairing: m/f; m/m/f
    Buy it here soon
    What’s this? Another man touching Meg? You really can’t blame him though. Don’t you recognize him? That’s Logan Lockhart, [...]

  • by J.L. Langley

    All is well in Englor…I mean Texas! I’m just a little too absorbed in the MS. I’ve even started thinking “bloody hell,” “galaxy,” and “dust,” when things bug me in RL. Seriously though. I’ve been in writing lala land. I need to at least check in with my yahoogroup and [...]

  • by Laura Baumbach

    I’m writing a hostage story this week. Finishing it up, really. Right now I’m taking a break from watching a run of cop/forensic TV shows trying to get the lingo just right. LOL. I know from being a nurse each career has its own special jargon and I want to add a touch of it [...]

  • by Ally Blue

    Okay, I’m pondering a new book involving a singer/performer type guy. That, of course, got me thinking of all the great unused band names out there. I’ve heard some real jaw-droppers over the years.
    Here’s the story of my personal favorite. The hubby and I were watching a show about sex toys, devices, etc. Apparently someone [...]

  • by Kimberly Gardner

    Have you ever finished a book and thought, “Wow, that was a really good story. And it could have been great if only the author had shown me a little leg.”

    That very thing happened to me this weekend when I finished reading Plastic Jesus by Poppy Z. Brite.
    I’ve been a fan of PZB for years [...]

  • by Jet Mykles

    **grrrr**
    There are some stories that just seem easier than others. I’ve been doing this for 3 years now and I’ve gotten a little bit of the hang of it. I can generally get a good feel for a story and how involved it’ll be. Yes, I’ve been wrong, but I’m generally pretty close.
    I’ve had it [...]

  • by J.L. Langley

    Still slow going, but steady progress. I’m a 25k now. Still haven’t passed chapter 5. That’s todays work, or maybe Saturdays (as long as it’s done by Monday). It’s getting ridiculous. I mean really… 4 chapters and a prologue should not contain 25 thousand words. Oh well. I [...]

  • by Ally Blue

    Predictable, yeah, I know. But dangit, you cannot go wrong with a Bowie quote *g*
    Last week, I found out that my first book, Forgotten Song, will be going to print. First of all, YAY! I know there are some folks who’ve been patiently waiting for this book to be available in print **waves at Elaine** [...]

  • by Jet Mykles

    OK, the score may be a tad skewed but I’m not taking exact count. Because it would be depressing. I’m sure the Moneypit has more than 9!
    The Moneypit, of course, is my house. A few months ago, the SO and I came into a situation where we could FINALLY make a livable space out of [...]

  • by Maura Anderson

    I managed to damage my hand – well, I had a ganglian cyst appear just before Epicon and because I’m a software engineer by day and a writer all the time, it’s been very hard to cope with. If I type too much, it swells even larger and presses on nerves so two fingers go [...]

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