I have recently created a Patreon page, where I will be posting about my works-in-progress, and indeed sharing draft chapters as things move forward.
I want to express my deepest thanks to those who have joined the Gold Level of my noble Patrons.
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Category Archives: Website Updates
I’m currently in the midst of doing some revising here. I’m not eliminating anything, but I am rearranging some of the access points. The main intent is to move as many things from old HTM pages over to one of … Continue reading
Things have been rather slow around here. There is the perpetual job-hunting that is continually frustrating (as in, seeming to go no-where). Scraping by is no fun. I had hopes my niece Karen would be able to visit, but that … Continue reading
I’ve just added a new blog section to the overall ScribblerWorks site, which will be devoted to my fantasy literature, specifically the works that are set in the secondary world of Arveniem. It can be FOUND HERE. I’ve yet to … Continue reading
Back in July, I posted about the beginning of my trip to Mythcon in Albuquerque. But I never did get around to fleshing out the rest of the trip. And then when I returned, I’d written a brief Mythcon Report … Continue reading
I have just added a “new” paper to the ScribblerWorks website, one I gave at Mythcon 28 in 1997. “The People of the Lie in the City: Spiritual Development in All Hallow’s Eve” uses a descriptive methodology found in the … Continue reading
As one of the tweaks I’m working on for the website over-all, I’ve changed the URLs for posts from WordPress’ default (which uses question marks and straight numbering of posts) to a date and name format. Unfortunately that means that … Continue reading
After reading a discussion on LiveJournal about problems that site has been having, and how many people are now backing up their posts there by duplicating them elsewhere, I think I will start a reposting project of my own entries. … Continue reading
Yeah, boring stuff, sort of. Actually, not so much. First off, I found a new background for my “Villanelle” poem that I’m really happy with. My friend Caroline Cicero, who lives out in Malibu, caught a beautiful sunrise coming up … Continue reading
I just did some revising of the site for The Scribbler’s Guide to the Land of Myth. I’ve put most of the material on that site into the Word Press blog template, and given the whole a new banner heading. … Continue reading