Archive for March, 2012
Progress Report - First Quarter
January, I completed the first novella in about two weeks; it came in a series of high-energy spurts, three and four thousand words at a time. It’s currently called The North Country of Winter, though I fully and completely intend to change that title–unless it sticks. Thus far, it hasn’t. In […]
IIII. My Vantage Point
I’ve never worked on two major projects simultaneously before. I have friends who have done this; but they have the luxury (and weight) of relying only upon their writing for a living, and therefore have time in places where I have a Day Job.
It was, for me, an experiment. The two stories […]
After the big shoot with 20+ models and multiple locations and changes of clothes and makeup and such, I went back to the same boutique for a solo shot with the proprietor, shown here. We were indoors for this portion of the shoot, but I used the natural light coming through the big windows at […]
Side by side. Found on location during another photo shoot. Stole a moment to take these, too, before we got too busy…
You can tell I haven’t had this laptop very long; all the keys are still readable.
This is the keyboard on which I bang out my stories, novellas, and novels (and also essays, e-mails, and poetry).
Lighting: self illuminated.
What’s for dinner?
Sauteed with butter, garlic, and lemon juice.
Light: on-camera flash. Lens: borrowed 90mm macro. I’ll be playing with that for a bit.