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a few hardcovers and pbs available from Closed Circle, signed. Latest: Moonlover and the Fountain of Blood, Jane Fancher short story. Chernevog, part 2 of the Rusalka trilogy co-written by CJ and Jane; and Orion's Children, a tetralogy from Lynn. Plus, coming soon: e-books: Yvgenie, and books from Jane.

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CONVENTION APPEARANCES

At Miscon 2013, around Memorial Day, Missoula MT, At SoonerCon, in OKC, around June 15, also Spokon in Spokane, in July/August, Beyond that, we aren't sure.
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Closed Circle site somewhat screwed by upgrades and …

Jane and I are both under the weather and too tired to fix it yet. Be patient with us.

Well, Jane and I have been down sick since Worldcon…

But by golly, I was determined to get well for my birthday. Which it is. We’re celebrating a quiet one, and going out for the free steak you get on birthdays at Swinging Door, and that will do nicely.

Feeling well enough today we went out to breakfast at Waffles Plus, but came back and […]

I think the fish are using the bubble as a taxi…

It goes from one side of the pond to the other and I can’t id any current that’s moving it. I can’t catch them at it, but Ari is not afraid of it, and she could certainly nudge it over.

Officially—we’re both down with sinus infections. But at least the air is much nicer.

I hate sinus infections. I really like breathing.

I have a feeling docs all over town are swamped, half a million people in Spokane area and all of them with respiratory distress. On the other hand, there are going to be those who have a lot more need of a doctor’s time than I do. […]

No rain yet; splitting headache…which indicates the pressure change is coming…

They say it should get here around 11 am, and that’s never varied. But they only forecast a tenth of an inch. They always forecast a tenth of an inch in WA. No matter what actually falls. But they call for it to hang around continuing to rain tenths.

Hallelujah — it’s sprinkling. Only a few drops, but it sure beats smoke!

The rain isn’t supposed to get here til tomorrow, but I’ve had a little headache, which often says front coming in. There are drops hitting the pond.

The fishes have been investigating the dome, but catching them on film…

Not so easy. The water up there may be warmer than they like, but we’ll see one swim up, then dive. The magnification makes Ari look like a wild-eyed horse…

I think it’s a success! We’ve been too sick and the weather’s been too nasty, but they’re not needing baiting to get up and check […]

All quiet on the home front…

Both of us are suffering from the fires, which are still going on, though not as thick smoke as before, just a general haze. Sore throats, up high, back of the nose. I spent yesterday in bed, rare for me, even if I am sick—I just slept and lay there staring at the telly, not […]

Shejicon V is merging slowly into Sasquan…we had a parting breakfast…

And wished some safe journey, some happy convention, and we are collapsing at home.

Our only regret is that the weather is absolutely beastly—half of WA caught fire, it seems, and a lot of folk up by Twisp and elsewhere have terribly bad situations, smoke is a constant pall, making people react and cough and […]

Major thanks to the people who’ve shown up to help…

Shejicon is now in progress, and very kind attendees have come over and helped us move things, sweep things, weed, toss, and what-not, so that we look respectable over here…When we’re on a tight writing schedule, things do get out of hand, because there’s just no energy left, and now we’re spit-n-polish, well, at least—moderately […]