Monthly Archives: November 2014


I’ve spent a bit of time pontificating on realism in fictional works, particularly as it pertains to geospatial matters.  It is good to see that Randall Munroe is in accord with me on this (head over to see the float over text):


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Rules for Nano

nanoCrestLast year, I provided some handy nanowrimo tips, so anyone else can be a big ol’ winner, like me.  My tip for this year: you don’t hear a lot about this as far as writing goes, but cats are considered subordinate to human household inhabitants (not by the cats themselves, obviously, but still…).  Therefore, any wordcount resulting from a cat sitting on your keyboard when you get up to brew a hot cup of tea can be freely added to your total, and corrected, if necessary, during NaNoEdMo.

Sadly, my cat sat mainly on my space bar, so the eleven pages she added to the novel are of limited use, but one of these days she may help me out.

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