Some quick bits of no major significance…
First, made a little more headway on final Action Figures edits. I have maybe a quarter of the book left to go through, and then I can begin the process of turning the manuscript into a file suitable for publishing. I’d love to have this wrapped up within the next week or so, but that’ll depend on how quickly others get their work done, and I’m the sort who prefers having things done right over having things done now.
The Neil Gaiman talk at the Museum of Fine Arts was great. He spoke about the role of mythology in modern fantasy fiction and how it informed his own work, then treated the audience to a sneak-peek reading of a new story, based in Norse mythology, that will be part of a project he’ll be working on throughout 2014. Can’t wait for the finished product!
PS: Got front-row seats. Score!
Finally, this collection of two-sentence horror stories got posted by a few of my friends, and I got a kick out of reading them. Some of them were very effective. For fun, here’s one I came up with:
Stan decided that, of all his children, little Timmy was his favorite. He took another bite.
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I also very much enjoyed the “two-sentence horror story” game. Mine was a bit more prosaic:
“I was awakened by the sound of laughter coming from the television. My power had been turned off three weeks ago.”