Monthly Archives: September 2009

I’m just not patient enough for RPGs

Cut for Oblivion wibble I don’t have the attention span to sit and scroll through a bazillion aptitudes and weapons and spells just to decide which one to use in a battle.  Yes, I know the battle stops while I’m … Continue reading

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Lots of not very thrilling stuff

I’m not going into details, because I know how boring it is hearing about other people’s dreams, but let me just say that I literally cried when I saw the cats were alive and well when I woke up. God … Continue reading

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Chaucer may have a Twitter, but Erastes has a Twit.

“his heart leapt in his chest.”  – Yes, well it would be worrying if it leapt elsewhere, wouldn’t it? “raven-haired beauty”  – What was I thinking?  Next I’ll be discussing his limpid emerald orbs, or have someone say they like … Continue reading

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Chaucer hath a twitter

Great giggle to start the morning. http://houseoffame.blogspot.com/2009/09/chaucer-sparkleth-in-sonne.html “@trentreznor I love yow. leave the woman with the weirde name and be my industrial galveston” I don’t think he meant the city, but rather the lover of Edward II but then he’s … Continue reading

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Iz scared

I’m replying to comments on my column about reviews at Jessewave’s blog and Word press just said to me:   “You are posting comments too quickly.  Slow Down.”   Seriously scary.

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Free Rein. Nothing to do with monarchs.

Dear authors, editors and publishers. Free REIN. do you know WHY it’s called that?  Do ya?  It’s a sports metaphor.  There are thousands of these, some of which you probably won’t even recognise as one. Phrases such as “not by … Continue reading

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Look what’s out!

Gay Sci-fi from Queered Dimensions. My story is pure space opera and is called “Whatever the Risk.”  Want a snippet? Here you go, because I love you. I pulled my head out of the console, nearly braining myself in the … Continue reading

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Leverage and my blog at Wave’s this week.

Finished the first season of Leverage.  It’s… OK. Chewing gum for the brain. Mission Impossible with pretty people.  I can’t get as involved as I do in others because the characters are so two-D. Sophie is a whiny nag who … Continue reading

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Tributary, and a Limerick Competition!

LiveJournal Tags: tributary,writing I have a title (I think, I’m still letting it settle) for the new novella. It’s TRIBUTARY. There is a reason behind this, Guy Mason is drifting through a depression-laden Europe in 1933, with no real idea … Continue reading

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Gives up in disgust.

I’m seriously considering changing my chat programme. The chat programme within Gmail has always been a bit unreliable but now it’s just getting silly. I don’t get messages sent, and the people I’m chatting to don’t get messages I’ve sent … Continue reading

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