Below are the major places you can download Shaolin vs Vikings. All of them are free ebooks–mobis and epubs and pdfs galore.
The exception is Lulu, where you can order a paperback book. It costs just under 10 bucks (plus shipping) which is the cheapest I could get it.
Real life and some other projects got in the way of daily blogging, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t watch anymore Halloween movies. Here’s the list for the rest of October 2016.
I should mention that we watched Hausu without subtitles and I think that only improved the experience. But the whole thing is on youtube, and it’s subtitled too. Give it watch if you want to experience some brain melting awe.
I have mixed feelings about (Inter)National Writing Month. On one hand, I’m of the opinion that writing isn’t just something any one can pick up and do. It takes a lot of time to study the craft and the implication that all it takes is time is a little insulting. (We don’t have national Plumbers month, or National Doctors month, right?)
But on the other hand, having a month where you focus on writing over 1000 words a day is good. The key to finishing your work, I think, is not so much writing every day but wanting to write every day. And NanoWriMo does that, it helps you to want to write.
I doubt that I’ll get anywhere near the 50,000 words that I’d need to poop out to win. But hopefully I can get somewhere between 10-30 thousand words done. This is a project that has been mulling in my head since January and I keep putting it off. It will be good to put some time into it and see where it can go.
If you’re doing NaNoWriMo this year, click the mocked up cover to see my profile.