The end! Nathaniel Cannon and the Secret of the Dutchman’s Cross began posting on May 7th, 2013, and ended a full seventeen months later. It totals 28,300 words, just about. I’m glad to finally see it finished, and I hope … Continue reading
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I’m delighted to announce that the final entry in Secret of the Dutchman’s Cross will be No. 87. Following that, I’ll be taking a break of a week or two, in part to get further ahead on the first of … Continue reading
Sorry for the super-short update. This marks the end of one of my notebooks, which is my excuse. Also, I’m being a little lazy, and also stalling for time.
Three blog links today: 1. Me, writing on the . 2. A from my fiancée Katya, on feminism and egalitarianism and grace. 3. A from an old college friend of mine, on studying the Bible and how there are benefits … Continue reading
An update! MiG-21 blog post for the Soapbox is nearly done, as well. I’ll let you know when it is.
The weapon here is a take on the WWII-era British Unrotated Projectile, which is well-known enough in this universe to go by the more descriptive moniker ‘aerial minelayer’. The weather’s been nice lately, and so I managed to run outside … Continue reading
This is actually a real weapon. One of my favorite dieselpunky things to have actually happened. I’ll link to it come next update.
Sorry for the delay. I did get a few pages of writing done over the weekend, happily. I also started on a new Alastair Reynolds book, Terminal World; he continues to be one of my favorite modern science fiction authors, … Continue reading
Two things: 1) Both How to Train Your Dragon soundtracks are great working music. Writing ahoy—I’m introducing some characters to the story tonight. (You’ve already met them in previews.) 2) I occasionally cook, and I post , if that’s your … Continue reading
No shame about using my hands to play out dogfights while writing the pieces of this that describe aircraft movements in detail. I did some about a recent mission trip over at the Fish Bowl.