That was in 1985 and I swore I’d never, ever do that again.
I spent today breaking the novel-without-a-name into its various narrative threads. Because? It turns out, upon rereading, that all of the action in this novel happens?
Tomorrow, I will decide whether or not I’m going to do the sit on the floor with scissors &c thing, or try to noodle this out in my head. Because my head has been totally on the case with this project.
In Archers Beach news, I’ve heard from Audible that Carousel Sun is in production, and a narrator will soon be chosen. Watch this space for more news.
Also! Splinter Universe readers should note that Welcome to Welton, by Marie Brennan, is now online, as well as a brand! new! chapter of Steve Miller’s novel-in-progress, Quicksliver. We have also turned in the manuscript for Liaden Universe® Constellation, Volume THREE, which means that we have removed the following stories from Splinter Universe: “The Rifle’s First Wife,” “Roving Gambler,” “Code of Honor.”
Most of my work yesterday was done on the corner of the couch next to the cat tree. Below, is the view from my office:
This is a picture of Trooper as three pink feet and an ear.