Scribing and Imbibing

May 9, 2008

Lurching in a New Direction

Filed under: Blogging,Fermenting,Writing — Rich @ 4:56 pm
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Long-running fans/followers of Brain Squeezings may or may not be aware of my ambitions to become a published novelist.

Well, work on accomplishing exactly that has begun, and the specific plan is to have a completed manuscript (ms) ready for a heavy revising pass come the end of September, and to have something making the agent-fishing rounds by the end of 2008.

So it has been inscribed, and so promised. So shall it be done. I’m jazzed.

I’ve also decided to chronicle the process’s ups and downs at a new blog: Scribing and Imbibing (https://fermentalist.wordpress.com/), where I plan to log my adventures both literary and fermentational. Brain Squeezings has really become the place I do political and technological rambling, and as such I felt like putting a bit of a partition up between the two halves of my online self.

I’m also cross-posting this (via BlogIT and Facebook) among Brain Squeezings, Scribing and one or two other blogs I’ve set up. I may engage in some sort of Grand Reunification at some point down the road, but until then I plan to cross-post freely among all my blogs as I see fit. 🙂

-Rich

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2 Comments »

  1. As long as you don’t mind us cross-commenting, then have at it! 😛

    Comment by Hunter — May 12, 2008 @ 8:01 pm | Reply

  2. Of course not. 🙂

    Comment by Rich — May 14, 2008 @ 5:45 pm | Reply


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