On Pins and Needles

I just gave the go-ahead on the electronic and print proofs of SAGE Book 1: The Fall of Onagros, and now I’m waiting for it to go live! ~danse-danse~ You may be sure I’ll announce it, when it happens! Meanwhile, pop over to the SAGE page and see what it’s about — assuming you aren’t sick of hearing me talk about it yet! 😀

HectorIn other news, Next-Door Grandson’s new dog, The Dog With A Thousand Names, is coming along well in training the humans. Hector Bob-The-Dog is not a good indoor dog, despite being not much bigger than a Maine Coon Cat. So the humans bought him a kennel cage so he can come in when it’s cold without wreaking havoc on the trash and the floors.

He comes and goes when he pleases, being here a few days and somewhere else a few days. If anyone calls him and he doesn’t want to come, he’s like, “That’s not my name. That’s not my name, either. No, try again.” He sticks his nose down to the ground and wags his tail and scuttles off, like, “Sorry, I hear you and I’d really like to come when you call, but you know how it is: Rabbits to track. Business before pleasure.”

But he’s a cute li’l feller, so he gets away with it. Such is life.

This being Tuesday, I’m posting at Fatal Foodies. This one is about microwave popcorn.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character affects not to know he or she is being signaled or called for.

MA

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I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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  1. thatdarnkat
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    January 8, 2013 at 8:54am

    Those ears! Love the grandog. Now Imma hustle off to see what is to be seen on your SAGE page.

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