Monthly Archives: February 2007

Chapter Four Commentary Turned into a Rant on Characterization

So I wrote and posted my commentary for Cavern of Babel chapter four this morning.  It’s up, and you can view it here, but I have to warn you–I got sidetracked.  Somehow it turned into a debate with myself about … Continue reading

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The Experiment Is Working

Progress on Ichabod’s going great.  The switch to first person is working out well, and the book feels much better.  Even more interesting to me, I’m discovering that it’s possible to have a plot outline and still feel spontaneous.  Well, … Continue reading

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The World of Henry Orient

Are you a Peter Sellers fan?  Or maybe an Angela Lansbury fan?  How about Peter Sellers making out with Angela Lansbury?  Or do you just like movies, or–well, whatever.  This past Saturday, I watched a film I’d never heard of: … Continue reading

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Chapter Three Is Up!

I’ve posted the commentary for Chapter Three of Cavern of Babel. This one’s a doozy–it’s got pics of me dressed as Draco Malfoy and mistborn  dressed as Dumbledore, plus other extras. Go check it out! In other news, I was … Continue reading

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Another POV approach for Ichabod

Hey all. I’ve put up a first person POV for Ichabod. Is it better, or worse? I think I’d prefer to do it in first person, but it might make something tricky later on . . . What do you … Continue reading

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Strongbad is My Hero

Okay–so this is just the coolest Strongbad Email ever.  It expresses so many of my frustrations so clearly and precisely.  Truly a work of art.  I wish I had a bazooka, too.

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Sort of an Odd Update

So I posted a new article to my website, but it’s a tad strange. It’s a guide to adaptation research.  I’ve done a lot of work in that field, and it’s intended to help anyone interested in researching the topic … Continue reading

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