The Man in the Bowler Hat is free to the first fifty people.
Unfortunately, I’ve ground to a halt on Sol. The last few chapters I’ve written have been just plain awful. I will pick it up again, but I’m shelving it for a while. After this bit of epic flame out that has been my ongoing web fiction, I’ve decided to only put out finished (or as finished as anything can really be) stories or novels into the public.
“It smells, you know that.” The man, not known for his oratorical skills, took a deep breath through his nose and grunted in the affirmative. He couldn’t shake his head because it was held fast […]
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It smells a little. All right, it smells a lot. Cold, day-old Chinese food has that quality about it at 7:30 in the morning.
I don’t know if you remember, little brother. Obviously, you’re dead, so remembering things isn’t in your wheel house, but if you weren’t dead, you’d recall.
Source: Dickens’ Outlines | William Landay Doing some research for a piece I’m writing on LinkedIn. Came across this about Dicken’s writing methodology and how he self-published.
Now, me and me have been great friends for over 38 years, except for those few years during High School and maybe 6 months during my early twenties…and last week for a few days.