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I'm featured in an article on Neil Gaiman's Calendar of Tales project over at Tech Hive. The piece isn't about me. But I'm in it.
You got a link to your main page, a small bio, and they used your new head shot!!! The others, at best, got a screen shot of the twit they used to get selected. I'd say taht was pretty good...
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A failure to plan on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.
That they talked with me at all makes me happy. Laura Blackwell was really fun to talk with, and I hope to stay in touch.
That is awesome! Mr. Gaiman is one of my favorite authors, and by extension people (not something I can say about all the authors I like). I look forward to reading his stories. And I'm sure you'll get another mention when he writes the tale inspired by your tweet. Congrats!
The Calendar's been out a few weeks, and no. My part in it all is over.
how out of the loop I am? Or how little I pay attention, not sure which it is in this case. Still, pretty cool that your idea was picked.
Since it's out already I'll have to go see if I can find it and add it to my wishlist. Maybe I'll get it for my b-day. If not I'll have to make it one of the things I buy as soon as money gets better.
Just do a google on Calendar of Tales.
Found it. Is... is that... no... can't be...
Is that an audio file of Neil reading the story as well? *clicks it, gasps* It IS! *squees all over the place*
Ahem. Not that you are not a truly wonderful writer yourself. But right now I love you for the fact that your haphazard idea got selected and led me to this. There being an audio file, for free even, means I can enjoy it while I'm doing housework. Which means he can occupy my busy time and you can occupy my free time!
I'm nowhere near the writer he is, of course you're squeeing.
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An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom, The Drifting Isle Chronicles and Scryer's Gulch by Lynn Siprelle writing as MeiLin Miranda are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
In a utilitarian age, of all other times, it is a matter of grave importance that fairy tales should be respected.
— Charles Dickens