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Pause

Back from my third trip/event since 2017 began. Early morning thanks to jet lag means looking at my calendar, sorting what needs to be done, and preparing for my next trip, to Paganicon in March. Zigzag won’t leave visual contact, which means … Continue reading

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It’s not real until you hold it in your hands….

I got the test book for The Ancient Egyptian Daybook in mid-December. That was when the project started to feel like a real thing, beyond the ebook that had already been released to the Kickstarter and Egyptiandaybook.com backers. I even … Continue reading

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The shapes of prose

I’m sitting in a hotel room shaped like a slice of pie. No, really: Is it a Feng Shui nightmare or a magical conduit? I have to admit that even with my eyes closed, it feels strange, and I can’t … Continue reading

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A pressing item

The Ancient Egyptian Daybook has gone out for its test print, which means it’ll be available soon. Here’s what the cover looks like. While I still have to print, ship to all the Kickstarter and website preorders, and then roll … Continue reading

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(Still in) Book Jail

I’ve reached that part of my solitary writing confinement where I hate the book, I hate myself, and I hate everything about everything. The hate, however, is what fuels the desire to be done, to get the manuscript to the … Continue reading

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