Daily Archives: October 23, 2012
What It’s Like to Live In Ohio Right Now
Posted on October 23, 2012 116 Comments
In the comment thread of one of today’s earlier posts, I was asked what it’s like to be living in Ohio right now, i.e., in the thick of election season, when many people seem to be of the opinion that Ohio is likely to be a state (if not the state) that helps decide the […]
Morning After Thoughts on Completing The Human Division
Posted on October 23, 2012 60 Comments
As a preamble, for everyone who still believes that writing is a romantic sort of life, this is what I looked like at the end of writing The Human Division: This is what the tail end of a book two weeks late looks like. Unshaven, unkempt, tired and otherwise gaaaaah. I have since cleaned up […]
October in Ohio
Posted on October 23, 2012 21 Comments
At least, how it looks from my front yard, this morning. October is my favorite month for many reasons, but one big reason is the contrasts of colors you get in it.
The Human Division: Done!
Posted on October 23, 2012 55 Comments
It was completed at 12:02 am, Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012. Two weeks late, unfortunately, but still done for all that. The “word count” function in Microsoft Word tells me it is exactly 130,000 words long. I think that’s kind of cool (and also makes it the longest fiction book I have written, by about 16,000 […]
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