Tag Archives: inspiration

To Qomolangma, and Beyond

I mapped out my route for the Qomolangma Sentinel! Hooray!

And since I love you all so much, I’m going to share it here:

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If you click on it, it will take you to the website I made it at. I don’t know if you give that many poops, but if so, click away!

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Chekov’s Sea Monsters

I am one of those writers who must have an explanation for everything. It’s pretty annoying sometimes, but always necessary for my “process.”

The Lightning-Maker’s Daughter is an alternate-history thingamadoodle, so that means I have to justify all the alternate-ness. Most of it is confined to my own noodle, or my Excel document I have to keep track of just this kind of thing.

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Music Monday: Cannibal

Happy MLK Jr Day! Did you get the day off? Are you enjoying it? 🙂

I’m spending my day off studying microbiology (mmmm bacteria) and cleaning my house (mmmm bacteria). Oh, and writing a blog post about a song I like!

I like much of what Silversun Pickups does, but this song really resonated with me for some reason. Cannibal? Sure!

So here’s “Cannibal” by Silversun Pickups. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Max’s Lair: Wyoming

When Max moved to America, he wanted to build his home in a completely isolated place so he wouldn’t have to deal with things like neighbors or police or SWAT teams–just in case, you know, one of his victims escaped the dungeon. He chose Wyoming, because back then, the only people in Wyoming were Native Americans, rugged mountain men and (eventually) Mormon pioneers who were really optimistic until the winter showed up.

Max’s ranch is near Rock Springs, but how near? Pfft like I know. He keeps it hidden, and he’s been spending a lot of money buying up all the land that he can. His tiny little ranch house is just a blip on the huge tract of land that he owns.

So, where does the most monstrous creature in the history of Earth call home? Check it out.

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