Yellow just took off for the day (it’s, um, 10:30am). I love working for these guys.

Anyway, I’ve got about 3 short stories I need to finish up and get out Cheira-Cheira, Heros, and Locust Dreams – today’s gotta be a pure working day. So, for your amusement:

I’ve finally picked up Nick Mamatas’ book, Move Undergound, largely because I’m enjoying his blog, and have given into the “buy my book,” “have you bought a copy of my book” comments. We’ll see if he’s worth all his posturing. Of course, he’s got a great review from Matt Cheney, which also helped push me over. The book is Cthulu meets Jack Kerouac, apparently. Not exactly up my alley, but I like the internet personae behind it, so we’ll see.

I’ve also got a couple more book orders coming in: Christopher Priest’s Fugue for a Darkening Island, Iain Banks’ A Song of Stone. Very much looking forward to this set of books. These last two are absolutely brilliant writers (I may have mentioned that I’ve read Priest’s The Affirmation about five times. It’s a brilliant, brilliant book about a man creating and living in his own fantasy world. A great making and breaking of the world book).

OK. No ranting today. I really need to be working. Really.

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