Amazon is doing their annual writer's contest. Not sure what to think about it; the first comment on that blog is telling, though:
"Quick question:What happened to LAST YEAR's winner of this stupid contest? Exactly..."
Article over at Nathan Bransford's pad with some links and blurbs on the industry. Random House's CEO is promoting a demand-based pricing model for ebooks; on the whole, the industry seems to continue to favor the Hollywood-style big-tent model.
I'm halfway through Ghost Story, and loving it. Just got Updike's Rabbit, Run in the mail today.
I'm dipping my toes back into Mojave, but it's slow going. I keep veering off into other story ideas, and have done nothing but notes and (wait for it:) a wad of story notes that turned into a half a poem. My notes just started rhyming, so I wrote it all out in a 1,1,2,3 pattern. Kind of fun, I never do poetry. I may try to incorporate it into the story that spawned it, if it ever gets written.
All of a sudden my fonts are wonky, and I'm too lazy to fix them. Must be time for bed.