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11 January 2009 @ 10:45 am
This is just a reminder that the feed for my blog died months ago. I keep running into people who tell me I haven't blogged for months. I'm posting infrequently, true, but I am still posting.

If your feed hasn't shown any posts from me in the last month or more, you are using a broken feed. Please let me know where you are getting the feed from and I will see what I can do about getting it working again.

In the meantime, my feed is available at the following locations:

RSS Feed:


Atom Feed:


And if somebody knows where I could find the feed on Livejournal (pretty sure there is one, just don't know where it is) that would be helpful.

Please stop by the blog. I miss you!
18 April 2008 @ 07:02 pm
Hi all! The RSS feeds for my blog got broken in the Great Server Migration a while back, so if you haven't seen any posts from me for a while, it might be because your links are broken, and not 'cause I'm not posting.

The blog is still at http://cauldron.windandwaves.ca, but that page is now a redirect to our real address, http://windandwaves.ca/cauldron

(I'm also posting infrequently, but I am still posting!)
25 January 2005 @ 10:08 pm
...is hereby on hiatus until the beginning of March.

If you're interested in reasons, I've expounded at length about it on my blog.
11 January 2005 @ 08:26 pm
It's the triumphant post-Christmas return of my serial!

The first in a new arc...Innocence is finally here.

What are you waiting for?

No, seriously, why are you still here?

You should be reading!

Update: This just to say I've changed something. Usually I change only things that are incorrect -- a typo, the wrong word, a sentence that makes no sense. This time, I've changed the band name in Julie's letter. The "True Believers" actually exist, and I thought I had changed the name to "Five Aces" last night. In fact, I remember changing the name last night, which is very disturbing as it's not changed. Or, well, it is now. But it wasn't this morning. Grr.
23 December 2004 @ 08:41 am
Here it is! Haunted -- Part Four!

I hope it's satisfying. It was a bear to write. Wrestled with me at every line. Damned story.

I'm taking a break next week. I refuse to worry about Cassie and her unique problems while I'm on Christmas vacation. So there.

Confused? Echo and Afterimage is my online serial story, updated weekly.
15 December 2004 @ 05:43 pm
This week's issue is now online! Haunted: Part Three is available for your reading pleasure!

*insert the sound of evil laughter here*

I'm having fun writing this again. Aren't you glad to hear it?

I know I am.

If you're confused, I'm not even going to explain what Echo and Afterimage is. You'll just have to go and read it for yourself.

It's worth the click.
09 December 2004 @ 08:44 am
Haunted: Part Two is now online!

And if you haven't read Echo and Afterimage, where have you been?

It's a weekly online serial story full of creepy ghosts and the woman who just wants them out of her life.

It's perfect reading for the home, the office, or anywhere you have internet access!

Actually, you could print the whole thing too. I'm not picky.

So what are you waiting for? Go read the serial everyone's talking about!
30 November 2004 @ 07:58 pm
Those of you who have been suffering from Echo and Afterimage withdrawal, suffer no more! Haunted: Part One is now available!


Echo and Afterimage is the Weekly Serial Story critics are raving about!

"Reading on my computer screen hurts my eyes. Therefore, I give this serial the thumbs down," enthuses Roeper.

"What the hell is this? We don't review serial stories," proclaims Ebert.

The New York Times raves...

"Slow! Boring! Pedestrian!"

And 100% of Robert Jordan fans agree: "The characters in Echo and Afterimage aren't nearly two-dimensional enough!"

Don't delay! Read today!
19 November 2004 @ 07:08 pm
...is now available! The spine-tingling issue 12....Settling In for your reading pleasure!

Is anyone out there still reading this thing? Give me some comment love, baby. Praise and Constructive Criticism are always welcome.

If you don't know what Echo and Afterimage is, here's the simple 6-point primer:

1. It's a serial story.
2. It's published online.
3. It comes out every Wednesday.
4. I write it.
5. It's good.
6. The first two issues are short. Read them if you want an idea what it's about.
09 November 2004 @ 09:23 pm
Interlude Part Two: Kenny is now online!

I like the Interludes, 'cause I get to write characterization. And about two of my favourite characters, at that.

Echo and Afterimage is a serial story. I write it and update it every Wednesday (and sometimes even late Tuesday nights).

It's well-written and well-plotted and the characters are great. Especially Jeff and Kenny. And Cassie. And Gilhen.

And all of them, really.

Go. Read.