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I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what my arsenal will comprise of when the Zombiepocalypse comes. You will notice I used “when“, not “if“, and that is because I firmly believe it will occur… under one caveat, and that is in the definition of a zombie.
I’ve come to decide that I need more MMO in my life.
As this warrants an explanation, allow me to rationalize the statement as best I can. Before I do so however, it’s important to note that there are two types of people in the world, at least as it pertains to this post; gamers and everyone else.
On the subject of long-legged female superheroes with perfectly shaped asses, small waists, and enormous, gravity defying breasts, I say; enough. That is not to say that I have anything against long-legged women with perfectly shaped asses, small waists, and enormous, gravity defying breasts. These are not mystical beasts which only exist in the imaginations of young men… though certainly, they are rare.
I decided to restring my older Bushman Jenny Tenor ukulele last weekend. I had some Worth Premium Brown strings still kicking around from another uke I’d restrung, and each set is long enough for two ukes. I’d been planning on restringing my Kanile’a Custom T, but the Worth strings aren’t the right diameter for that uke’s string nut. The last time I tried that with another Kanile’a uke, the buzzing drove me nuts (sorry, bad pun).
I haven’t had as much time to read comic books since stopping our comics podcast several months ago. It isn’t that I haven’t wanted to read specific titles, but rather that I’ve been working on several novels.
I’ve read the two newest Guild Wars novels, which I will most likely write about soon, as I loved them so entirely… as well as the first in the Diablo: The Sin War trilogy, Birthright, which I’ve not yet finished as I find I have to muscle through various parts due to my dislike of Richard A. Knaak’s style.
However I’m not here to discuss his shoddy writing.
I’ve been working on a new novel for a while now. It’s actually going to (hopefully) be a series of novels. I’ve a story-arc mapped out which could easily stretch 7-8 books. I haven’t finished the complete outline of each novel, and so can’t say for certain just yet.
The problem is that I’ve so little time to write. This is a lament of many writers who must also work to support themselves (and their families). I’m certainly not alone in this. That said, many persevere and eventually get those novels done and published.
I feel as though I’ve lost my voice.
This may sound like an odd statement to some, however for those who know me, it makes perfect sense.
A few months ago, I felt I had to give something up in order to make something else better. Despite it being a very difficult decision, I can look back now and appreciate that it was the right one to make. That said, with the loss of that project also came the loss of my voice… figuratively speaking, of course.