Monthly Archives: December 2018
After reading Fine Structure I went on a feverish search for other books by Sam Hughes. And I found out he wrote another book after Fine Structure, and it was even better. If Fine Structure was about “what if technology were a … Continue reading
The first thing you need to know about Sam Hughes’s Fine Structure is that it was originally serialized on the author’s webpage. That’s why (especially towards the beginning) the “chapters” are so all over the place. In a way, this … Continue reading
“There’s snow on the trees.”“No, that’s frost. It’s condensed fog.”“I point at the snow!”
Just in time for the boredom of the vacation (ugh, right?) The Centuries Unlimited is a noir time travel/family saga with flying gangsters and hope. Date: Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 Length: 109,000 words, 29 chapters First line: “She came into my life … Continue reading
White snow, clear water Coconut milk separates Mixes in coffee
Tiny ice needles Congregate on my windshield Squealing and smudges
The alpha version of it, anyway. I’m going to tie off a few loose ends this week, then send it to my agent and to you! Yes, if you want to be a alpha reader, let me know. It’s a noir … Continue reading
The hiss of snowfall. The air and ground are both full. The groceries wait.
Under trees and snow The slopes of Mount Vitosha Under golden clouds
Junction is live on netgalley! If you want to read my book a little early (and for free), why not pop over there and ask?