I will answer an e-mail. This is from Ryan, who thought I should know that he was both English and drunk:
Hey Caitlin, I've just been to www.lowredmoon.com (having seen it in my lovely brand spanking new copy of Low Red Moon) and am curious as to what exactly the site is about.
Here's the deal. When I handed Low Red Moon into my publisher (early September 2002, I think), I registered the domain, lowredmoon.com, intending to place a site there promoting the novel. I asked that the URL be included in the book. However, it was a very busy autumn, what with the move to Atlanta, then a chaotic year followed, and when the book was released late in 2003, I still hadn't gotten around to the website. So, after two years, I let the domain lapse. Obviously, someone else picked it up. It seems to be an RPG site, perhaps involving werewolves, perhaps related to White Wolf. Anyway, nothing to do with my novel. Sorry for the confusion.
Mr. Egg Timer has a name, by the way. Taylor. I'll include his photo someday.
Day before yesterday, I e-mail Bill Schafer at Subterranean Press one of the vignettes for Frog Toes and Tentacles, specifically, I sent him "Untitled 3," but have not yet heard from him. I hope I have not been responsible for a heart attack or sudden religious conversion or any such inconvenience.
Yep. I was right. It's gonna be short.
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P.S. — I have been informed that lowredmoon.com is, in fact, a World of Warcraft site. Mystery solv'd!