I just posted an important, if entirely administrative – and honestly, absolutely obvious set of details about my writing here and elsewhere up on the Patreon, free for the reading. I'll embed a PDF here, but if there should be a revision on the Patreon version, the Patreon version is to be considered correct unless… Continue reading Administrative: An important administrative detail that needs to be explicit.
The story continues! Andi Gannett-Moore has gotten on the road and hopes she's beneath the radar, but just getting on the road isn't enough. She can't idly experiment with her abilities any more -- she has to learn to use them to protect herself... and to begin to find out who and what she's dealing with.
And now, the return of Lovelace½. Years of bicycling finally pays off. Andi must have the best toned legs of any 15 year old in the State by now. Part Two picks up right where Part One left off, with Andi biking away from Brooks-Carillon Academy and essentially everyone she knows in America... as well as… Continue reading Lovelace½ #14
In Part One of Lovelace½... Andrea Gannett-Moore was a Freshman at Brooks-Carillon Academy in the outskirts of Brunswick, Maine. Born in London, Gannett-Moore — generally mistaken as just ‘Gannett’ or ‘Moore’ much to her consternation — had spent her life in boarding schools, her parents being distant and cold to her. As she got older, those… Continue reading Lovelace½: For Those Who Came In Late
As stated in the Labor Day post, this is one of the busiest two week periods we have in the business of academia. We've spent the summer prepping for students and faculty to return, but when they actually do return, things get amazingly crazy, amazingly fast. That's where we are now, for those playing along at home.… Continue reading Lovelace½ #13
So. It's Wednesday, and that means it's Lovelace 1/2. This is an exceptionally busy time for me, day job wise. I work at a school -- for the record, not Brooks-Carillon. In fact, my school and Brooks-Carillon aren't that much alike, beyond a superficial similarity common to many private schools. However, we're gearing up for the start of… Continue reading Lovelace½ #12
There is something about Lovelace 1/2 that inspires me to be late in posting. It may be because I tend to prep these episodes during hectic times of the week, which means its easier to miss something. I do my Corbett-877 prep over the weekends, so there's always plenty of time. Likewise, I have the full week… Continue reading Lovelace½ #11
Wednesday means Lovelace 1/2, and this is no exception. I'm not sure what else to say about that. Things are definitely moving. Where they go... well. For the record, there may -- may -- be a moment of wish fulfillment in this episode. I hope you enjoy Lovelace 1/2 #11 Andi expected the school day to be stranger… Continue reading Lovelace½ #10
There were server problems overnight, so final prep on this post was about a half-hour late. I'm not sure anyone cared (or even noticed) but me, but there we are anyway. Nine parts into Lovelace 1/2. It's kind of wild to me how quickly this is going -- at least in one sense. Having a novel… Continue reading Lovelace½ #9
It's Wednesday, and we're back to Lovelace 1/2. And I should address something for the record. I've had several people ask me what the title actually says. And I've seen one group that -- no joke -- thought this was a Ranma 1/2 parody where someone got thrown into the pool of drowned first computer programmer, which to… Continue reading Lovelace½ #8
And we're back on track with Lovelace 1/2. You may notice, if you've an interest in such things, that we've taken the "Story Day" off the post name. After a while, it seems a bit ridiculous to leave it on. Obviously, today's a 'story day.' We're telling stories over here. Last time out, we had a… Continue reading Lovelace½ #7
As I stated on Wednesday, I ran into some trouble on Wednesday -- and unfortunately there was more than a little crap that came up, which meant some necessary revisions to Lovelace 1/2 part 6 couldn't get finished until late on Thursday. So, this is going to be our Friday post this week. It means putting… Continue reading Lovelace½ #6