Tag: bragging

I coulda been a (NaNoWriMo) contender!

All this talk about National Novel Writing Month (for example, this local news story about a participant, one of 72 in Saskatchewan), got me to wondering just how many words I wrote in the final 30 days of working on the first draft of my new novel. I typed THE END on November 14. On …

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"This Is Strange"

It’s my niece’s blog. Nothing earth-shaking, but the girl knows how to put words together. She’ll make a fine lawyer some day. Check it out.

This blog is number one!

The number-one hit on Google if you do a search for the term “hassenpfeffer,” that is. Had I realized this sooner, I could have used it as one more reason for my idiosyncratic spelling of the word. (For which I was recently taken to task.) If you search for the “correct” spelling, “hasenpfeffer,” all you …

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A favorable blog mention for Lost in Translation…

…comes from Jethric’s Mess. Jethric summarizes the plot, then says: It’s a wellwritten book that surprised me in a number of ways. Willett does a wonderful job of bringing his characters alive for the reader, getting you interested in them, and having them do amazing things for all the right reasons. Having commented before on …

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A new review of Lost in Translation…

…by Kent Pollard is up at the McNally-Robinson Booksellers site. Here’s the central paragraph: Strong characters and well designed aliens serve to make (Edward Willett’s) first adult novel a success. The S’sinn of Lost in Translation are believable and comprehensible, while providing a welcome change from humans in monster suits. The characters are focussed and …

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