Monday, February 28, 2005

The Library Wolves

I was going to do this whole 'now I'm back, from outer space, I just walked in to find you here, with that sad look upon your face' thing, but I googled the lyric, and it's 'you're' back, not 'I'm' back, so I shan't bother.

So, I sent this email to Laura, because I couldn't think of the name of the film in which big snow makes helicopters crash, and people hide in a library and then these wolves escape. And in the process of passing descriptions back and forth between us, what was originally The Day After Tomorrow turned into a much more exciting story called The Library Wolves, which I wrote down properly today while I should have been working. Sorry it's not better-looking, but being able to save something as a web page in the first place is already a big step, quite frankly.

I'm going to have a bit of a spring-clean of the blog later, inspired by Orbyn's site prettification, but I thought I'd post something first.

Monday, February 14, 2005

... will return in March.

I've had a lie-down and a nice cup of tea, while Ori made soothing noises down the phone at me, basically. But I need to crack on with GW, and do workshops and that, so I'll be back in a couple of weeks.

In the meantime, do check out...

Superman's Fortress of Solitude. BY RICK STOECKEL

Basically, yes, another link I saw on Neil Gaiman's site. But just in case people haven't seen it.