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  • Anyway, I ripped through it, though, like I noted yesterday, it's a small book, maybe even just a novellette.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • This came out from Subterranean Press in 2005, and it seems to be a novellette -- it's very thin, but the packaging (the cover art and insides) are absolutely lovely.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Backup, by Jim Butcher, is a novellette published in hardcover by Subterranean Press.

    My preview of Thom Collegiate's upcoming musical...

  • Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded TOC formally announced - And it includes my novellette “Tanglefoot” which — speaking of Subterranean — was published online through that same company.

    Three bullets make a post

  • As an ironic bonus, Tor is offering my Locus-nominated novellette, First Flight, for the Kindle.

    It’s Wednesday, so this must be Madison

  • Last week, upon my return from the World Fantasy convention, I discovered not only that I was contaminated with swine flu, but also that my novellette, “A Memory of Wind,” had just gone up at Tor.com.

    Self-promoting like a self-promoter.

  • That's a Victorian-era novellette about a governess named Faith who is kidnapped on one of her morning constitutionals and is taken to the Scottish moors to care for the wife of a laird....ah, I've given away too much of the story already...

    There was this blackboard kitty cat...

  • My sculptie privates look better than most, my True Love Heart excites my Xcite! clit by catching my emotes, and even on discreet (no talking clit!) the climax animation is a nice illustration in the novellette we weave - a bit of visual spice in the fine course of erotica, serving to either punctuate something I wrote, or trigger something I am yet to write.

    Get me excited about 'XCite'

  • "The Fear Gun" by Judith Berman [2004 novellette] (Rating:) [Read 03/25/06]

    REVIEW: Best Short Novels: 2005 edited by Jonathan Strahan

  • Asking the Wrong Questions reviews the 2006 Hugo novellette shortlist.

    April 2006

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