This is the first in a series of research experiments that I'll tag as "RandoVedas". "Documents are the product of a writer, a form for the writing, and a recipient." - Darwin, Get Started in Writing Historical Fiction (p. Oops, forgot to note that, will have to come back to that later) "In the Perfect … Continue reading Writing About Water
Bliss “Bliss” is the brand of a hair dryer I had brought on a work trip with me. “Baby Bliss”, to be exact. There comes a time in everyone’s life when the rest of their life begins anew. That time is now. There comes a time in everyone’s life when the rest of their life … Continue reading On Bliss and Debt (NaNoWIP Excerpt)
Darkness Bloom to Radiation of Warmth “Sa(line above the a)mkya establishes both an underlying cause that is unchanging and a visible reality filled with forms that are constantly changing. The causal phenomena of all these diverse forms are one invisible source. It is beyond our vision and perception and is described by negative adjectives such … Continue reading NaNoWIP Excerpt – 13 Friday 2020
It is starting! I will update word count progress on Instagram. I am sharing the working manuscript, feel free watch the story unfold. Send me comments on this post, or via any other channel you fancy here on me LinkTree. My novel is called "Accounting: System, Signals, and Boundaries".
My Beloved, My Heart. For You. https://videopress.com/v/2tnY5IYi?preloadContent=metadata I was told to publish this. Here is my offering.
Some Other Beginning's End Hey there. It's closing time for some old stuff. SFT has once again morphed, and here's the caterpillar picture: You are already looking at the butterfly - check out the new old header. When I started this blog, it was for [SFT], a sci-fi novel. So we have come full circle, … Continue reading Here We Go Again
Just finished reading Dune - I recommend it to everyone. My hair stood on end as the last line faded. I had to read the sentence over and over again. I felt as if the world bumped almost imperceptibly over an unseen inflection point, as if all of the particles in me shifted. My thoughts skittered … Continue reading Book: “Dune” by Frank Herbert
A little more than half of 70-odd percent of British people have just voted to leave the European Union. It looks like things will be more difficult over the next few years – not just for Britain, but for the entire region and parts of the world. It is difficult to tell right now. The … Continue reading After the Brexit Vote: How We’ll Be Okay (Part 2 of 2)
So we have a #Brexit vote result. What next? A 2-step: first the parliament decides what to do, then the UK starts leaving the EU: ONE: Parliamentary ratification, re-vote, or veto (maybe) "The referendum result is not legally binding - Parliament still has to pass the laws that will get Britain out of the 28 … Continue reading After the Brexit Vote: Parliament First, then Article 50 (Part 1 of 2)
Dear Basic Training Babs, The day is over, but our journey together on the hop-on-hop-off BABWorks bus has just begun. Every week, I write a reflection on the week just passed to the Core Team. Now, I extend part of that to those who came to play on Saturday, because after that day, we’ve gone from … Continue reading Dear First Ever Basic Training Babs