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Checking In

November 04, 2010  Author: Anthony Pacheco Category: The Craft   7 Comments

Work has kept me under several deadlines, and blogging is the first thing to go as my current contract ends. This particular contract had technical issues, most of which I fixed. Personally. Usually on a weekend. Now that is all coming to a close today and tomorrow, and I’ll be back to my babbling, gray-haired self.

On one hand, I’m happy that I can still bust out the technical mojo and get’er done.

On the other hand, I really, really, really need to get back to writing or I will explode with pent-up writing, um, ness.

Next week I’ll be reviewing Gary Corby’s The Pericles Commission. The novelist will find several gems of writer-ery goodness in Gary’s debut novel. Here at Rehabilitated Hack Writerville, we have a fondness for unusual murder mysteries and books with fabulous research. When I get both in one novel I get all excited. So much so, I will be giving a copy away to a lucky blog reader who comments on my review post (thus you have 1 in 9 chance of winning, ha ha)! Tune in next week.

Speaking of book reviews, I talk about them here in Adventures in Writing.

Talk to You Later!
Anthony

7 comments on: Checking In

  1. Tara Maya November 4, 2010 at 12:30 pm

    Hey. *waves*

  2. Michelle Davidson Argyle November 4, 2010 at 5:08 pm

    I’ve missed you blogging here! Hope things are going well and I hope you can get back to writing soon. 🙂

    • Anthony November 4, 2010 at 9:01 pm

      Thank you Michelle!

      I re-read my work in progress this evening and fell in love with it again. Sooooo romantic!

    • Anthony November 5, 2010 at 12:52 pm

      Oooo, I just realized if Michelle is reading my blog, I have 9.3 readers, not 8.3! WOO WOO!

  3. J.C November 4, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    Looking forward to the review – you started talking that book up AGES ago!

    • Anthony November 4, 2010 at 9:00 pm

      Yes, as soon as I heard the plot and setting summary I was like WANT!

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