I’d Like to Find:
Category Archives: The Written Word
David Weber’s latest novel in the battle for the future of humanity’s tortured name-spelling has come out, and I’ve finally finished it after three days. That’s not good, for someone who routinely reads such books in a single day. This … Continue reading
Wonderduck didn’t. Just noticed today — that’s what I get for being absorbed in my own problems.
I don’t think you’ll see many Texans wearing “We Are Charlie Hebdo” t-shirts in Texas any more.
I know, I know, every story I run across is the greatest Light Novel ever. I refuse to say that about this story, because not enough of it has been written yet! More! MORE! Why? Well, to start with, it’s … Continue reading
Well, for some values of light… starting from it’s origins as a web novel, there are over 280 chapters, running 4,000 – 5,000 words each. At well north of a million words (even without the side-stories), it’s about 4 western-length … Continue reading
Going back to this post, I can finally say that I’ve been redshirted. I didn’t make the announcement when it actually happened, because I still maintain anonymity (though Houblog has been defunct for a while now). So yes, somewhere, in … Continue reading