Monthly Archives: November 2013

Out-Take Friday, 4

Ways in which I actually have described this book to people: “It’s about a loud redhead with glasses and a big backside who swears a lot.” (Friend, dryly: “So, nothing like you, then?”) “Also a lot of people in the … Continue reading

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In which it’s not so much of a launch, more a confused hovercraft

Okay! So, I have been planning to launch Heavy Ice on the 1st of December. However, I haven’t been able to find a button on either Lulu or Amazon that says ‘make this book available on this date’, and it … Continue reading

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Out-Take Friday, 3

An actual out-take this time, from the early chapters of Heavy Ice.

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BOOK IS BELONG TO KITTY

My proof copy of Heavy Ice came. It has a new owner. No, really. Maybe I should get her a copy of The Good, The Bad and The Furry: The Brand-New Adventures of the World’s Most Melancholy Cat and Other … Continue reading

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Out-Take Friday, 2

It’s Out-Take Friday! This week, an advertising flyer for the latest in Ailebroc biomedical fashions. 🙂 The Makery, Gentry and Professional Sort are invited to consider the studio of Lodovico Chiang Keratinist-Artist St. Maarten’s Levels, The Terem, Ailebroc POPULAR THIS … Continue reading

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Note to future self

Dear future self: Since we have a book coming out soon, I’m writing to remind you that reading discussion of your books that you find around the web has a tendency to discombobulate you. It may feel as if people … Continue reading

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His Hell-Bound Hedgehog

Today while making a somewhat doomed attempt to tidy the house I noticed that the general confusion of soft toys in my bedroom had produced a tableau in which Cerberus, Guardian of the Underworld, appeared to be carrying off a … Continue reading

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