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November wrap-up post — with snippets

Reading: Bits of Hegel and Marx and Ibn Khaldun and Nietzsche and such, for Historiography (We’re almost done and I shall be sad — how is next week the last week of classes already?) The Song of Roland, for the … Continue reading

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Progress on Of the North

Graduation went off all right, being unusually short. I only had to actually talk once, which was funny, but another story, and we got home safely with our Doctor. I got some sewing done in the car, too. I’ve got four documents … Continue reading

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Rambling post

I don’t have a proper post today, all on one topic, because today has been a bit interrupted, and tomorrow we will be doing one of the things most of us like least: being dressed up at a social gathering. … Continue reading

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Another snippets post

Tracey at Adventure Awaits tagged me for this a few weeks ago and I’m finally getting to it. The rules are as follows: -Include the graphic somewhere in your post (or make your own, just so long as you include a … Continue reading

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What Minnesotans do in winter

Or what crazy writers and their equally crazy photographer sisters do. The difference isn’t really that much. On Saturday afternoon Olivia and I were going to do something together, something outside. But she wanted to take pictures of me, which … Continue reading

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“A great success!”

I intended the last post in the series on Of the North to be all snippets, but when I was going through the story looking for parts that would work even when ripped out of context, I wasn’t finding any, in … Continue reading

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How Beta-Reading went for Of the North

After writing Of the North all in one month, I knew two things: first, that it had more potential for getting published than either of my two previous novels; and secondly, that it needed a lot of work. I had … Continue reading

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