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December 3, 2012 by musehick

I am going to dedicate this week to finishing off projects that kind of fell over just before they bust through the ribbon at the end of the race track, and I am also going to be editing things together. A week dedicated to ending off cycles. This means that I am basically going to be ending up with a whole bunch of new books finished. I always get excited by that prospect, and I have some really great writing to share with you.

It’s been an interesting year and I hope that generally makes for interesting writing. I am reading some good writing at the moment – I did my regular re-read of Grant Morrison’s The Filth and I am reading some Charles De Lint. I am also finally sitting down to complete my re-reading of Jonathan Raban’s Hunting Mr Heartbreak. Some of these books and some of these projects have been lingering way too long, and I am going to be happy to rectify the situation.

New stuff will be dropping intermittently to – I never manage to totally pull away from that. Just keep your eyes peeled.

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