Here we are


Such a tragedy in Minnesota yesterday. What could make a kid shoot his grandparents, then go gun down classmates, a teacher and a security guard? Condolences to the families.

There’s not much to report on my end. Amanda and Jacob will be seeing a doctor in about an hour. Their fevers keep breaking, then coming right back. I’m past being sick, but the woozy feeling is lingering and I’m blowing a ton of snot. I still think we could solve our energy problem if somebody would just find a way to turn human snot into fuel. I know I could keep a small city’s lights on all by myself.

I feel for Kim. I took Nyquil last night and was out early. But when I looked at the list of kids’ temperatures and medication given this morning it looks like she was up a good part of the night.

No writing news. Still proofreading Call to the Hunt. Not surprisingly, there are some errors in the newer stories, but the older material is in pretty good shape. Nathan has added two pages promoting Murdered by Human Wolves and the new Shara at the end of CttH. In the promo text he says MbHW is the first book of The Werewolf Saga, then Shara is referred to as Book 1 of The Werewolf Saga. I’m not sure how to fit the shorter works into the overall Saga.

Well, lots to do today in between nose-blowings.


0 responses to “Here we are”

  1. Hey Steven. In looking at some of the music that you say you are listening to, I urge you to check out the link to some of the band Isis’ samples that I have on my blog. I think you might like them.
    I’ve never heard anything like them, they have a kind of metal edge with some kind of weird British ‘shoegazer’ guitar noise and almost orchestral wall of sound moments. Very melodic and repetitive, but in a good way. Their shortest song is like 7 minutes long, but when it’s done you’re going, “ah man, it’s over?”
    And they have 3 guitarists. Who can go wrong with three guitarists stomping down on the distortion at once.
    Maybe it’s just me. I can’t stop listening to them.

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