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Shaking the Firmament

  Though I suppose, in this case, shaking the firmament is more along the lines of starting a Kickstarter-quake. For those who’ve missed the news, it appears Brandon Sanderson, who is no stranger to Indie publishing, broke Kickstarter’s record when he started up a campaign to fund four new books, to be released quarterly in …

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Monthly Cuppa: Changing Gears

Welcome, all! As you may have noticed, I decided to make a change to the Friday blog posts, switching from the pressure-oriented, horrifyingly official Weekly Update to the much more accessible (and realistic) Monthly Cuppa. So, while I’ll still mention where and how progress is occurring in our creative pod, I will only be doing …

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Weekly Update: February 4, 2022

It’s Friday! And there’s a wee bit of ice outside, but nothing like last February (so far). During the week, in addition to “ice prepping” and “long distance offspring coaching,” and Kelley and I had another time-zone-crossing meet up and knocked out a chapter for Crew Who Came in From the Cold.  This went well, …

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Question of the Month: 1

Hello, and welcome to the first ever question of the month, wherein we draw a name from the “Private Facilitator” membership and, whoever is  drawn can ask a question of any character or author they choose. Both the questions and the answers will be posted both here and on our Buy Me a Coffee page.* …

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Weekly Update: January 28, 2022

We seem to have arrived at the last full week of January, which happened terribly fast, quite likely because I spent every spare moment (and a few not so spare) of this past week binge reading all of Anne Leckie’s Imperial Radch Trilogy,  John Jackson Miller’s Star Trek: Picard prequel, Rogue Elements, and Emily St. John Mandel’s …

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Weekly Update: January 21, 2022

Getting the sad news out of the way first. The cat I mentioned last week did, indeed, decide she was done by this past Wednesday. She will be missed, from her calm acceptance of everything and everyone, to her mighty purr, to the way she made a tribble noise every time a person would pet …

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