Currently reading - Pale Demon by Kim Harrison (HC)
DH thought it's be a great idea to switch to AT&T's U-verse for phones and internet. We both work from home (except for the Day Job). Four times the speed? Couldn't argue that, especially when it was taking for-e-vah to load WWII battle maps. (Guess what unit GK is on?)
Except--today is the second time in a week a tech's been at the house. Today, not only do we not have U-verse, we no longer have our DSL connection. ARGH!
Do these people realize how much I depend on the freakin' internet for EVERYTHING?!
I'm at Barnes & Noble for a few minutes between dental appointments and car registration just so I can get my freakin' e-mail. (Because now would be when I get a 'Yes' from an agent with my luck.)
*sigh* So if the there's no posts for the next few days (except for those I managed to schedule earlier this week), don't fret! I'll be back with more info on the indie publishing scene as soon as I can.
In the meantime if you have an Internet connection, go read Jon F. Merz's guest post on Joe Konrath's blog. Interesting take on a convert to the cause.
Got Lost In Time
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