Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for May, 2010

To tweet or not to . . . Oh nevermind.

20:04 I must be tired, I’m still working because I can’t seem to focus for more than 30 minutes at a time. # 20:10 I know intellectually that I can work fast and be done writing in 5 hours. But there are so many distractions. (Like Twitter, I suspect) # Automatically shipped by LoudTwitter

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To tweet or not to . . . Oh nevermind.

01:29 I haven’t been driving in lightning like this since I was a news photographer. It’s exciting in an adernaline junkie kind of way. # 03:13 The only thing better than the excitement of driving around in a spectacular storm? Snuggled under a blanket listening to it on the roof. # 11:19 Rainy days mean […]

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To tweet or not to . . . Oh nevermind.

09:17 “He didn’t know how to make me stay. So he helped me leave. It’s his own magic. He made his dad-hood disappear.” #WIP tiny.cc/e75oq # 16:43 I was late for the dentist and had to reschedule. Since it’s just a cleaning and I’m annoyed, I think I’ll put it off for a while. # […]

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Words on a Wedsday:

Broaduniverse has just posted their latest podcast with readings from Sue Burke, Theresa Crater, Karen Romanko, Roberta Gregory, and Kathryn Hinds.  You can download the podcast on Podbean: http://broadpod.podbean.com It’s also available on Posterous: http://broadpod.posterous.com Next month, I’ll be one of the featured authors on the humor based podcast.   

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To tweet or not to . . . Oh nevermind.

12:47 Today’s Author Spotlight is Brad Sinor. Brad once took notes for a story on a guardrail right after a wreck tinyurl.com/2fqa2uj # Automatically shipped by LoudTwitter

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Author Spotlight: Brad Sinor (Part 1)

Today’s Author Spotlight is an author that I’m currently collaborating, Brad Sinor.   The second part of the interview may be found here. Brad is the author of over 80 published short stories.  His most recent short story collection, Echoes in the Darkness, is available from Arctic Wolf Press. On the dark and silent streets, nightmares […]

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Author Spotlight: Brad Sinor (Part 2)

This is the second part of an interview with author Brad Sinor.  The first part may be found here. Although Brad is constantly reading and writing, he does find time for other pursuits.  The most important person that he pursues, Brad said, is his wife of 19 years. "I frequently say she is the best […]

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Monday Musings: Middles are hard.

Last Thursday during the season and story-arc ender of Supernatural, Chuck the writer and mouthpiece for the show’s creator Erik Kripke waxed philosophical about how endings are hard.  (I’m paraphrasing here)  Any monkey with a keyboard can poop out a beginning, but endings are impossible.  You try to tie up every loose end, but you […]

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Apropros of Nothing

For the record?  I liked the ending of Supernatural Season 5. Well written, Kripke.

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Friday Math: I broke 40K

I finished 40, 000 words on the big honkin’ novel project this week. Which means that I’m probably halfway (or slightly under) there. Words: 1,000 Stories out: 7  Woot!

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