Monthly Archives: September 2016

Below: the cover begins

Recently I made a bold decision for my next book, Below: I decided to commission a professional cover. I don’t take this lightly, but the book really demands professional artwork, and I’m hoping that between that and some aggressive marketing … Continue reading

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Programmers who will pay in the new order

I have some grievances against some of my kind and I’m going to air them now. If you’re a Web developer, test your site without cookies from time to time, especially if you’re a news site or some such that … Continue reading

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Hot dog bun upcycling

I got some hot dogs the other night (actually, they’re Johnsonville Beddar with Cheddar sausages, but basically cheese hot dogs) because with fall coming on there’s only so much time left to use the grill, and I hadn’t had those … Continue reading

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The reluctant scene

I hate, hate it when I’m trying to write a scene and for whatever reason, it refuses to be written. The middle is okay. The end is probably okay. But they haven’t been written yet because the beginning keeps failing. … Continue reading

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Ramen experiments

One of my favorite comfort foods is ramen noodles with butter. This goes way back. My mother always liked to have some ramen packages on hand, and would make them with butter for me now and then when I was … Continue reading

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