Well dear readers, I have ultra mega exciting news, but I am waiting until it’s “official” before I broadcast it. So for now I will try and hold my tongue (but seriously though I am having a tough time doing it).
In the mean time, here are some things for you!
Episode 6 of Forgotten is up! “Waiting” presented even more of a challenge as far as asynchonicity goes; there are a few passages which diverge for quite some length before meeting up again. This one took a few takes to get right. 😉 Hope you enjoy!
Aaaand, some more kitty pictures!
The cat shelves I built continue to be a huge success. Lemon took to them right away, but Echo was a little hesitant; after only three instances of me ‘helping’ her up there though, she’s really taken a liking to them.
And I canned peaches yesterday! But there was something a little strange about one of them at the top of the box… I began gathering clues as to what could have possibly happened to it. A mystery was afoot!
Haha I think it was the most adorable way to have a bruised peach.
Oh an check out this one last thing; all these egg yolks went into making ice cream for Aaron’s birthday (way back in July- just getting around to uploading tons of photos now haha). They were from two different cartons of eggs, if you’re wondering about the difference in colour (free run -vs- not).
Made for some delicious vanilla ice cream!
So that’s all for now folks. I’m expecting my copies of Zombies Galore in the mail, and am looking forward to reading some good ol’ fashioned zombie short stories! (That’s the one where you can look inside and read my piece “Monday Matinee Madness”!)
Next post is best post.
Thanks for reading.
I’ve been interested in solar flare activity recently. Solar flares, and solar radiation, actually have a much bigger effect on people than most realize. I’m starting to notice patterns about my creative process and solar flares. *Puts on tinfoil hat.* *Considers getting more cats, a rocking chair, and a shotgun.*
Just thought I’d attempt to add a little monitor here and see how it works… seeing as there’s a 10% chance of an xflare coming our way (from a mega-huge sunspot!).
Discussion here: http://www.reddit.com/r/space/comments/190z68/giant_sunspot_thats_six_times_the_diameter_of/
One of the projects on my back-burner(s) is about solar flares. 😀
Also, got a full manuscript request today! I am elated. Just when I get a bit down in the dumps, something great like this happens. I hope they like it enough to represent it, and then maybe we can really get this show on the road.
And, just to leave you with a couple of pictures:
…larger version here…
Heh. That’s all for now folks.
Thanks for reading.
Allow me to digress from the topic of writing, if you will, and share with you some amazing gameplay footage.
…this is me, and probably all of r/gaming right now.
Because of this:
Oh. My. Glob. Right?
The setting (Montreal?!), the little details (trash blowing in the wind?!), the swagger of the main character (last time I played a character with that distinct of a walk, I found myself waiting for busses with my hip cocked out, waiting to tip my hat at passing cowboys).
My biggest excitement, though, is caused by, what looks like, much more realistic NPCs. It’ll be a huge step up for immersion when games can get NPCs right, and this game looks like it’s taken a pretty good stab at it. A woman running back to her friends to solidify plans? That guy trying to save his wife in the car crash? People doing anything other than standing around: huge step up for realism.
And on top of all this, the concept of Watch Dogs is HUGE. Being able to connect with all the electronic devices around you, gather information, control things- this could be good.
I’m always hesitant to get excited for a game, but this one… this one had me at hello.
Thanks for reading.