Posted on November 14, 2007 Posted by John Scalzi 19 Comments
Being so close to done on a book that you can taste it.
No, not Zoe’s Tale. Still banging away on that one. The other one.
And note: No desperate procrastinatory Photoshoppery! I’m improving.
My Non-Fotoshoppry, let me hide it from U
Aw, I was looking forward to some weird-ass Photoshoppery. It’s become a tradition around here.
Do you mean done done, or done-with-the-first-draft done?
It’s a good feeling either way, I am sure.
Hugh57: Me too. Scalzi hasn’t committed photoshoppery in ages. Not fair!
We Wantz Photoshoppery!
You know he’s just desparately trying to keep from doing photoshoopery. Lying on the floor and rolling around to keep his hands busy.
Just one picture, John. Just one.
Kodi as a turkey?
Maybe Krissy as Valerie Plame?
You mean you’re not going to tape bacon to the cat?
No, not Zoe’s Tale. Still banging away on that one.
If my wife were to catch me banging away at Zoe’s tail, there’d be blood on the sand.
A sunset! (Let’s meet outside after dinner, John; I’ll try to con Apollo into whipping up a li’l summthin-summthin.)
BTW, what all that “creation” jabber going on with the Judeo-Christian pantheon in the other thread? Been there, done that, killed the giants responsible. Two words: “Ya, awn.”
Oh sure. First you get us used to photoshoppery, then you take it away.
I feel honored to be here to observe this moment of growth, John.
I also expect some gnarlicious Photoshoppery the minute — the MINUTE — you finish ZT.
…and it was 1:15 until the LOL Creashun Contest post.
I admire your restraint…
Is this the sooper-sekkrit project that we’re not supposed to even think about, much less ask about?
No, the super secret project is dead, actually.
Are you at least going to fight crime?
I’ll bet he has a contract do some Weird-Ass Photoshoppery™, and he’s near his deadline. Now he’s procrastinating by…writing books!
That’s brilliant, hugh57. :D
By the way, if it’s the 2nd edition of The Rough Guide to the Universe that you’re almost done with, you’d better not be making any revisions based on what you saw at the Creation Museum! I won’t buy it if you do! ;)
So what was the sooper-sekkrit project anyway?