I spent December digesting what I learned from my November, my mini-NaNoWriMo. In that month, I wrote around 25,000 words, which is only half of the true NaNo goal, but that was fine because I said, quite truthfully, it wasn’t my aim to get the full fifty. But I plugged away, and with a correct … More year-end clearance
In having an actual commute again, I’m listening to more music than I’ve done in a long time. My general inability to read or write while listening to music is something I may have mentioned here before, so I tend not to listen to much of anything except while driving or working out and sometimes … More "such is the bread of an everyday life, from morning till noon, to the shadowless night"
Half of this post is months later than I intended it to be, but I’m not often a timely writer, and when I am, usually the coincidence works against me. But maybe it’s timely in a different fashion because this week, word hit the hockey streets that the ECHL’s San Francisco Bulls are in some … More read and recommended: "The Old Ways of Defeat" by Chris Collision