greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,
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greygirlbeast

Subject lines are for wimps.

Two nights in a row I've gotten a decent amount of sleep.

I managed a respectable 1,343 words on "As Red as Red" yesterday, and the story is finally beginning to take shape, after a week or so of going nowhere in particular. But my deadline in the 23rd. So, I'm a little panicked about actually getting this one done on time.

Please have a look at the current eBay auctions. Also, you can pre-order the new trade paperback of Alabaster, due out in April. Or, for more immediate gratification, there's Daughter of Hounds, now in a convenient and cheaper mass-market paperback format. Thank you.

I enjoyed a very good evening of SL rp last night, in the Alpha Institute's library in NoR. It was one of those nights when everything just seemed to click, and the story rolled. My thanks to Joah, Beaumont, Choi, Kryss, Faye'Li, Bellatrix, Melusine, Utayo, and Sev. We're off to a good start. And I have discovered that eight people is about the maximum number of players that any scene can accommodate without spinning out of control, which mostly serves to confirm my earlier suspicions, that the stability of any scene decreases as the number of players increases. I believe I shall call this Nareth's First Rule of Roleplay. After the rp, Spooky and I watched two more episodes for Season Three of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer.

The platypus says shake a leg, so....
Tags: alabaster, dancy, deadlines, doh, gaming, second life, writing
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