Well, it’s a new year. Welcome back. Hope you all had way too much fun, but not so much that you are having to deal with legal ramifications.
I did mention that in the new year I’d be doing a website re-design. That is still scheduled, and I still welcome ideas. But if you expected it today, I’m sorry to say it won’t be until the end of January or into February. Right now I’m working non-stop on pre-press for book#1 and then will be working non-stop on finishing the work for my Alberta Street “Last-Thursday” show this month in Portland.
Anyhow, as part of the New Year, I would like to thank the top ten sites who linked to me. It is through you all, both linkers and readers, who are my supportive community, and who have helped Spacetrawler grow. Thank you for making 2010 great.
2. Dr McNinja
3. Scenes From a Multiverse
4. Girls With Slingshots
6. Arthur King of Time and Space
7. Rice Boy
Special thanks to Katie Lane along with Bill Mudron, Dylan Meconis & Erika Moen for talking so kindly of me (I am “the shit!”) in her podcast and blog (part 1 around 52.:30, although you should listen to all of it and part 1 as well), and thanks to Nora for her mention of Spacetrawler on her blog.
Congratulations on one solid year of Space Trawler. It’s been a good story so far.
it’s been a great year, love the storyline! Cant wait to see whats next!
That wall Pierrot is in must be pretty sound proof. Either that or voices coming from the walls is a common enough thing in the G.O.B. that nobody cares.
“Shh …. hear that?”
I really like Martina’s father. Glass of wine with an alien and .. sarcasm! You go, pops.
They should use Dustin for target practice… on stun, of course.
@Herandar: No you fool, that will only make him stronger! Hasn’t Dimitri taught you anything? 🙂
I just noticed that the potty-bot is no longer attached to Pierrot. I guess Pierrot eventually managed to go. 🙂
Congrats for one year of laughs! Looking forward for more, even though my morning coffee tastes like asteroid those days…
No need to fear about Dustin getting stronger from stunners. He’s not smart enough to gain strength from adversity.
Her dad seems to be taking all this with pretty good ease. Perhaps the neighbor’s story is far more outlandish.