October 3rd, 2008


interview with Jason Embury

My colorist, Jason Embury, has an interview up with Pulse Comic Book News. He talks about being a colorist, and there are several pages from “Take A Chance” to admire, too! Check it out!

Speaking of Chance, here, finally, is the order form for TAKE A CHANCE #1. It is possible that that file will be updated later today so it already has the magic code number to order written in (eta: lo! it has been updated!), but right now at least if you don’t already have a pull list you can take that to your comic shop and get the magic code. :)

And, oh! A short story I wrote some time ago for Harlequin.com is currently being featured again at the site. I have no idea how long it’ll be up there, so go take the opportunity to read it. It’s called Ill Met by Moonlight, and it’s about a Hollywood starlet trapped on the wrong side of a mirror.

(x-posted from the essential kit)

live-editing, part 4

Aaaah, jeez. I am not off to a great start this morningtoday. It’s a quarter after one and I’ve only just sat down to work. The morning consisted of getting up to go for a walk, drowsing on the couch for 20 minutes, finally going for a slooooow walk, coming home for breakfast and to check email, and then for an hour-long nap and lunch. Which brings me up to now, pretty much.

I’m exactly halfway through the manuscript. If I want to have the slightest chance of getting it done in the first half of next week (and *Monday* would be ideal), I’m going to have to do the remaining half today and tomorrow. That’s not actually insurmountable, as I’ve done the first half in 3 days, but it’s going to require some significant focus, and my focus seems to be deeply interested in napping.

*shakes self* Okay. Marathon day. Collapse )

(x-posted from the essential kit)