Tenses not to use when referring to self: first person plural, second person perfect, twenty-seventh person semi-perfect, imaginary person imperfect plural, any other weird tense that’s only used by English majors, and third person. That’s one’s right out.
Making Numbers is a novellete I wrote earlier this year. It’s the story of Maggie Tsu-Chen, a burnt out career counselor for uploads (she’s one, herself). She’s one client away from making her Number, thereby meeting her obligation to the System. Take a step Inside, and find out why uploading […]
Well, not yet. But in about 24 hours, the Internet Archive will (I hope) approve the podcast I just uploaded. It’s me reading a story I wrote called “Making Numbers.” It’s making the rounds, but I thought it’d be worth sharing now. I got the idea after hearing Cory Doctorow […]
This is me stopping with the caring about the what happens next and just writing the damn thing, finishing this story just ’cause it needs to be finished. Finish. Finish. Finish.
If you haven’t seen Serenity, yet, stop.