Tuesday, November 29, 2005

PTBD

I'm suffering from a bit of PTBD (post-traumatic book disorder) so it'll likely take me a day or two to get the motor rewound and the impellers back up to speed. But I see you guys have certainly been busy:

Jon and Lisa Hansen are pregnant.

Monica Jackson redesigned and moved her place (this happened a while back, but that's how backlogged I am on links.) More recently, so did Dean.

Alison Kent is finding the writing life sans RWA much better for her.

Jayne Ann Krentz is evidently ditching the solo blog thing so she can blog with friends.

More babies -- Stuart MacBride has become an uncle. We want to see pictures, MacBride, so take some already.

Any minute we should hear a gargantuan clunk from Scott Oden's place as he finishes up his latest deadline. Although in Scott's case I bet it'll be a solid gold gong, struck by a nubile Mesopotamian wench in something scanty and silken, her hand-carved enameled terebinth staff inlaid with bone and beryls . . .

Bill Peschel renovated his site, giving it a very cool journalistic look. I like the subtle green touches, too, being the less is more kinda gal I am.

Jordan Summers finally got permalinks, hooray! (pays to nag your blog pals.) Now I say we gang up on Tess Gerritsen and make her get them (especially if she's going to be writing posts about writing sex, so I don't have to type stuff like see blog entry dated 11/20/05.)

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  1. Now I say we gang up on Tess Gerritsen and make her get them (especially if she's going to be writing posts about writing sex, so I don't have to type stuff like see blog entry dated 11/20/05.)

    Heck, if she's going to be writing about writing sex, it's pretty much a necessity. Sort of like the staple in the centerfold's naval.

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  2. Oh, now I'm going to be forced to include a nubile Mesopotamian gong-bonger in the next book :)

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  3. Pictures of babies, eh? I'll see what I can do...

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  5. Thanks for noticing the new site! I'm also taking Holly Lisle's advice about revision and dedicating this month to getting "Drawn in Blood" finished. Thank you for linking to her articles, they were exactly what I needed.

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  6. Isn't it fun how the cyberworld connects us?

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  7. LOL! I caved to the pressure. You also received your RSS feed. ;-P

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