Thursday, December 09, 2004

Whitley and the Night Vistors

Well I've been busting my little typing fingers this morning to finish up three book reviews, thinking the deadline is this Friday. Low and behold, I just got a reminder email that they're due next Friday. So, for a rare change, I'm actully ahead of the game. I've been meaning to expand one of my shorter reviews (the mag I write for likes them 200-400 words) to something longer, so I can send it out to Rain Taxi Now it appears I may actually have the time to do it.

No excuses.



So after I do some housecleaning and a little bit ouside, I'll pick one, attack and see what my little brain can come up with. In the meantime, I leave you with these unintentionally funny words from Whitley Strieber:

The usual experience involving night visitors described in scientific literature and the experience I had on April 2, 1986 are as different from one another as a babbling creek is from a black coughing cataract.


LadyLitBlitzin said...

Congrats on being ahead of the game. That is one good feeling.

Funny quote, too!

Hebdomeros said...

I got my elongated review done, too, only to find they don't take submissions in June and December! How dare they! They must put the issues together in those months; I do think they come out in January and July, so it makes sense.