It’s been a busy couple of days, in good and bad ways. I’ve done a lot of that catching up to which I keep referring, and I started a new day-job project; but much of this morning went to helping a friend with a cat emergency, the nature of which I won’t go into at this time. Suffice it to say, I hope the four-footed girlie in question recovers fully, and goes on to live out her days in the splendor and comfort to which she’s become accustomed. And if you have any spare prayers, fond wishes, or good vibes to send to a beloved longhaired tortie/calico in Seattle, I’m sure they’d be appreciated.
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Today begins the Potlatch conference over in the University District, and I’ll be reading there this evening at 8:30. I’d provide more details, except I don’t have them. I expect to figure it out when I arrive. But if you’re attending Potlatch and you’re interested in swinging by to hear me read, I’d love to see you. (And as always, I’m also happy to answer questions and sign books.)
Following that event, I think me and the hubs might sneak across the street to see Alice in Wonderland. It’ll probably be terrible and give me nightmares about hydrocephlatic toddler-queens with homicidal impulses, but what the hell. I’m game.
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And now, for a couple of links:
- My sister’s having trouble with Facebook – Does anyone recognize this issue, or have any advice for her? Please post over on her blog if you can be helpful, and thanks for checking it out.
- Library Journal names the 20 core books of steampunk – And Boneshaker is one of them! Many thanks to Library Journal in general and John Klima in particular!