Tag Archives: Interchange
INTERCHANGE Gamma Begun at 10:50am January 2nd 2020 in my home in Hadji Dimitar, Sofia. First line: “Bamboo-grass crunched and the mist curled away, revealing the bear.” Finished at 11:10am March 30th 2020. Last line: “The Nightbow spun above them, … Continue reading
I’m currently on chapter 3 of the “meat draft” of Interchange, which means I have two chapters that are ready for beta readers. Personally, I like to beta-read in small chunks, and if you do too, come on down! Let … Continue reading
Lois McMaster Bujold and Terry Pratchett both talk about writing as a hike through a misty valley between mountain peaks. Back in July, I wrote the mountain peaks. Then, from the beginning of September to the end of November, I … Continue reading
Here’s something new. Watch me experiment with Facebook Live! Thrill as I make hand-wavy explanations of aliens and try to make my finger work. What do you think? Should I make more of these?
Back in the middle of December, I got a call from my agent, saying Flametree was interested in a sequel to Junction. Could I do it? I said yes of course, and I spent the rest of the month arranging … Continue reading
Here’s a bad photo of some aliens I made. I’m thinking a lot right now about aliens that live in orbit around an Earthlike planet. Their distant ancestors evolved in the atmosphere of a Jupiter-sized gas giant in the same … Continue reading