I'm planning a countdown to my 60,000th tweet on .
As part of this:
My novel "git commit murder" is Name Your Own Price at https://tiltedwindmillpress.com , with a minimum of $0.99.
My book "PAM Mastery" is *also* Name Your Own Price at https://tiltedwindmillpress.com , with a minimum of $0.99.
But you see it here first, because the fedi is cool.
Don't share this off the fedi until I announce it elsewhere, please.
I need to do a blog post, but as ALL the best people on the Internet are on the Fediverse:
Last January, I sold a story to the Pulphouse anthology "Snot-Nosed Aliens." At #Penguicon 2019, I read it. Aloud. Before a live studio audience and everything!
The anthology is out, so... here it is.
If you've never tried my fiction, it won't get any easier than this.
New five star review on #gitcommitmurder. I don't go hunting my reviews, but got tagged with this one on .
Why do I avoid even positive glowing reviews?
Because my brain understands this as "Lucas can't write an opening to save his life." My brain is a rectal sphincter.
Me: I need an opening for this #prohibitionOrcs story
Me: Seriously. I know the story, I just need the hook. Something I haven't done before.
Me: GIVE ME IDEA
Muse: <picks toes>
Muse: Oh, a #prohibitionOrcs opening? No problemo! Here you go.
Starting each #sudomastery chapter with a mangled Monty Python quote. Still pondering good ones for shell, environments, intrusion detection, policy distribution, and LDAP.
Have already used dead parrots, farcical aquatic ceremonies, the Sudo Inquisition, taunting a second time, elderberries, you were lucky to have root, a very naughty boy, the violence inherent, and full of eels. Open to suggestions from the hilarious mastoverse.
Guess I'll have to spend my writing time watching Python...
One of the best articles I've read on adult ADD. https://www.additudemag.com/symptoms-of-add-hyperarousal-rejection-sensitivity/
Writer. Sysadmin. 2013 Penguicon GoH.
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