Let the wind and the rain and the hail blow high

Saturday.  We here in Central Maine repose beneath a “Tropical Storm Warning.”  It appears that the major threat to life and property will derive from mere high  winds, as Conditions are Inauspicious with regard to tornadoes.

So far, from where I sit, the build-up exceeds the event.  That could of course change, weather being a mobile force.  Right now, overlooking the back yard — the wind is gusting, and the rain is sparse.

Since last we spoke, the WIP has broken 10,000 words, which is pretty good for a book that I’m not writing.  I do have a point that I’m driving toward, and the plan is to reach that particular destination, then actually look to writing the story contracted for the Familiars anthology out from Zombies Need Brains in 2024.

Other than writing, and reading, and talking trash to the cats, last week was uneventful.  Looking ahead to next week though, and that’s a little bit of something else, so I think I’ll be posting the last two chapters of Wolf in the Wind today/tomorrow.

Tomorrow afternoon, we’re going to be chatting with Halfling and the Spaceman.  This will be recorded, and I’ll share the link when it goes live.

And that?  Is all I’ve got for you.  Relaxing weeks make for boring telling.

Here, have a picture of Trooper being bored.

Today’s blog title brought to you by Gaelic Storm, “Tell Me Ma.”


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