Tag Archives: NaNoWriMo 2007
There are several cool things I could do tonight of a (contemporary) political nature, but instead I’m going to work on my story involves a different kind of politics, in a society that governs itself by consent. Continue reading
How editing Wikipedia & a fictional Martian constitutional convention influenced the Consensus government in my novel(s)-to-be. Yep, & consensus would be a better way to run our own world too, yep.
“Shark” is an excerpt from the novel-in-progress Cold, posted online for free as part of Crossed Genres’ Post a Story for Haiti project. Please donate to Haiti earthquake relief.
My last trip into the pit — my name for the worst form of depression/despair I sometimes go into — was in November & December 2007. Want to know what it feels like? I’ll try to explain. And also how I get out of it.
Chris & Rozz & Jesse & Mel (with Jesse’s dog Sweetheart) on a Kenai Peninsula hike in 2006 — & now, all over the place. But still good friends.
The short story “Cold,” which originated with my writing for NaNoWriMo 2007, will be published in the November 2009 issued of Crossed Genres. It’s about two young women, Boleyn & Bai, on a planet in the late stages of terraformation.
A few notes about what terraforming is. A terraforming project on an extrasolar planet is the context of my SF novel-in-progress “Cold.”
In which I set up the private membership-only blog cold-brrr.blogspot.com for the writing of my 2007 NaNoWriMo SF novel “Cold.”
“Cold,” my NaNoWriMo project for 2007, will be a science fiction novel featuring two young women who live on a planet in the late stages of terraformation.