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answer cover art email
I’m feeling sort of sorry for poor cover artists who have to work with me directly, because I’m terribly finicky. OTOH, Tara O’Shea found an amazing model for the OLD RACES: ORIGINS e-book collection cover, and has made a gorgeous, gorgeous cover for it (which I am finicking about :)). I am so very glad for the Magick 4 Terri auction that introduced me to Tara, ’cause I am SO HAPPY with the covers she’s doing. Yay!
A Twitter discussion just now made me go scour the intartubes to see if *anybody* is making a chair-mounted split keyboard like mine anymore (picture here, though that’s not actually mine). As far as I can tell, no one is. I tell you what, if somebody created a boutique shop for those things, they would sell. I live in fear of mine dying, and from comments around teh intarwebs, so does everybody else who has one. How does one go about creating a small boutique shop for this kind of thing? (Much like one goes about making a small fortune in publishing, I expect: start with a large one.)
Let’s see. Yep, yep, yep, nope, that’s it. Got nothin’ else right now. :)
(x-posted from the essential kit)