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05 January 2013 @ 09:48 pm
Fitbit is cool.  
I got an email this morning from my little Fitbit pedometer (well, the site) which informed me that in 2012 I had walked 654 miles. This is not an embarrassing amount to have walked over the course of a year, probably, but since I'd only been using it since September, well. That's on the order of 163 miles a month. O.O

I have posted the first chapter of MOUNTAIN ECHOES, book 8 of the Walker Papers, which is out in March! (Or February. Depending on how you want to count it.) Because posting things on a Saturday when nobody's online makes a lot of sense! :)

(If all goes well, NO DOMINION will go on sale this week too. *holds breath, crosses fingers*)

eta: For Christ's sake. For some reason the link keeps redirecting to some other website. Try http://cemurphy.net/excerpts-short-stories/mountain-echoes or going to http://cemurphy.net/ and using the link in the post there. I have no idea what's going on with that. Emailing my host provider, because it's been doing this on Twitter and Facebook and I don't know what the hell is going on. *grr*

eta2: Now ALL the links are doing this. ARGH. Typing in or cutting and pasting the URL works, but otherwise something's all screwed up.
 
 
 
youkai_girlyoukai_girl on January 6th, 2013 12:46 am (UTC)
I've been trying to get to your CE Murphy website all week, and I keep getting redirected. When I try to follow the links for the MOUNTAIN ECHOES preview, I keep going to the same place as before; some sort of fundraising (or so it seems) website. *pouts*
Flitterbyflit on January 6th, 2013 10:19 am (UTC)
That's a long way towards Mordor!
kitmizkit on January 6th, 2013 11:52 am (UTC)
I think I've made it there and back again more than once since I stopped counting my miles in, er, oh, about August 2010. :) I wish I still had the spoons for that, because I enjoyed it, but eh.
Flitterbyflit on January 6th, 2013 05:51 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure if I've even made it to Rivendell yet. :) I lost track myself, but it *did* help me build a regular walking habit which is invaluable and the part that really matters. If I ever feel like tracking again, I'll pick up from there!

Hmm that's a cool thing about Fitbits, it just autotracks.