I sat staring at the far wall with my chin resting in my hands while thunder rolled outside. Max sat on my left, gazing intently at nothing. Nate fiddled with the Sergent's insignia on his uniform and avoided eye contact. Allen sat at his computer with the rough draft of All Things in front of … Continue reading Recap
The holiday spirit has doubtless captured most of you by now. Setting up trees, putting up lights, gift shopping, singing carols, holiday baking, and the list goes on. This time of year is special and exciting for all of us. Often though we get caught up in the excitement and lose our focus and rarely … Continue reading Why Christmas?
"Well, that wasn't too bad," I said, leaning back in my seat. "Glad we got to be alpha readers." "Too bad?" Nate snorted. "I'd say it was one of the greatest works of...I don't know, of all Nanodom." "It was pretty good," Max agreed. "But boy, I thought I hated that MC so much that … Continue reading Singing is fun?
"Well, it's over," I sighed, leaning back in my chair in the Mission Control office. For once, the sky outside was free of clouds of a brainstorm. "November came and went in a hurry, didn't it?" Max commented from his chair. "You're telling me," Sergeant Allen said as he picked up his coffee cup and … Continue reading Looking Back.
Hi y'all! I trust you all had a Thanksgiving as good as I did (in which case you would have had a great one, dispite the fact that we didn't get to go bird hunting as we had planned). Sorry to disapoint you all, but since my last post there hasn't been enough notable writing … Continue reading Thanksgiving, Novel update, and Sales!
I sat in the conference room at mission HQ, typing diligently away at my computer. Around me half a dozen other athors had left their Control Centers for a mutual mission support group, and all of them sat at thier own respective keyboards, while Dr. Google stood back against the wall with his Internet Robot, … Continue reading The Eagle has Landed.
The clock ticked incessently on the wall, bringing me unceasingly closer to the imminet moment-- mission launch. Thunder boomed outside the Mission Controll office, as rain pattered against the window pane, while inside everything was a flurry of activity. Dozens of computers sat ready and waiting for use, while the office staff and I … Continue reading Misson Launch!