Posted on December 23, 2014
Posted by John Scalzi
Athena, Neil Gaiman and I talk about a duck, Other Fathers, and buttons.
Other ducky, you’re the one. Other ducky, you’re so fun!
Never take sisters* from strangers – and there are few stranger than Mr Gaiman.
*or ducks, for that matter!
This is the kind of thing that happens when your dad is friends with Neil Gaiman, all right.
My friend, you need a better pic as your avatar. You look homeless. And even as an avid gamer, I must say, write more, play less. A few paragraphs a day is not a career.
I’m sorry. I am sure karma arranges a meeting where I must apogize for at least half of that. :) write write write… And the. Edit.
Literally a quarter century into my professional writing career, I am of course always delighted to have people I don’t know tell me what constitutes a writing career and what doesn’t, and how to spend my time.
Oh, wow. The three of you definitely need to collaborate more often.
I shared this to my 13 year old daughter’s Facebook page. My comment on it turned out to be almost identical to Jenfullmoon’s comment.
Taunting the tauntable since 1998
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Athena Scalzi, contributor – AMS
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