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Angel
31 December 2020 @ 08:00 am
January
15 Submissive Pleasures (m/m)

February
15 Queers Destroy SciFi! 7.5K http://submissions.johnjosephadams.com/queers-destroy-sf/submit/

March

8: Of Heaven and Hell 3-15K, m/m http://www.waywardinkpublishing.com/submission-guidelines/submission-guidelines-2/
15 Genderqueer
March 1- April 1, Reading period for Ghost in the cogs and tomorrow's Cthulhu 4 K each
April

May
1 Undeath in the Age of Steam <10K
State of horror, Missouri Charon Coin press
15 Master Mine (M/f)

June
15 Have Quest Will Travel (any pairing)


July 1
Paranormal sherlock, 3-8K https://lexxxchristian.wordpress.com/an-improbable-truth/
Defying Doomsday, disabled Post-apoc 3-7K http://defyingdoomsday.twelfthplanetpress.com/submissions/
A Lonely and Curious Country, lovecraftian, <6K http://www.ultharpress.com/a-lonely-and-curious-country.html


August


September
1 Mistress Mine (F/m)
15 Winter Shivers (no sex, just horror)

October

November

December
15 Badass (m/m adventure)

2016:

January
15 Kagema's Sons (m/m rentboy)

February

March
15 Xenophile (any)

April

May

June
15 Mythos for the Modern Age (none)

July
1) For Sale By Owner (m/m)

August





Conventions:
March: MidSouth Con, Memphis
Frolicon, Atlanta
May:
June: HYpericon, Nashville
August: Memphis Gaming Expo (Memphis)
River City Comic expo (Little Rock)
Sept: Memphis FurMeet, Memphis
Imaginarium. Louisville
Oct: ConTraFlow New Orleans
Festival of souls, Memphis
Nov: ConTraception, KC
Dec: Geekonomicon, Biloxi MS

Completed and in edits
Dirty Toes
Steampunk Boxing
Anthony
David
Flower fairies


Projects:
Mystery of the Monkey God, A Lord Withycombe novel
Cliff Cody and the BrainEaters of Algol 3
Phantasmagoria shorts, 5-6 of 10-20k each, Nagina, Jene, Tony the duck guy
The Wash and Wear-wolf's Wares
DJ novels, Painting Blues City Red
Passion Hearts/Rainbow Hearts
Seasonal Make & Do books, Spring and Summer
Runic alphabet book
Nick & Corban
Gammon (lake monster)
Fissures (what lives under the ground)
Steampunk novel w/ J


Serial with Cat
Steampunk Civil War Zombies
WWII dieselpunk furries
 
 
Angel
31 December 2020 @ 12:30 am
There are tons of these.

I am currently signed up with

Inbox Dollars (read email, take surveys): $19.57 at this time. Need $30 to cash out
Ibotta (get rebates on groceries): $4.05, need $10 to cash out
Swagbucks: just started
Bing.com (alternate search engine): 169 points, Need 525 to cash out
Shopkicks (walk into store, get points): 3831 points, Worth about $15 in gift cards. 1.8 million gets me a vespa
Ebates: I seldom order on line, so haven't used
Viggle: 26,090 points. Almost enough to cash in for a free movie, or enough for 8 songs.
Media Insiders (monitors my net usage): 150 points Takes several thousand for cashout.

I'm thinking I need to organize better and set a day just for doing these. I use Bing all the time, instead of Google.
 
 
Angel
06 February 2016 @ 11:57 pm
E is for error

Making it a Nasal Helm was not the best idea.

F is for Finished


#GGKcraftyPAD
 
 
 
Angel
05 February 2016 @ 12:02 pm
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Angel
05 February 2016 @ 07:34 am


Hosted by Cutthroat Kitchen, Hell edition
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Angel
05 February 2016 @ 07:00 am
Morning
Devotions
Vitamins
Breakfast

Workout

Jihad
Make Bed
Swish and Swipe

15 minute in study
Dust front hall
bathrooms
Dishes and counters

Meals:
BBQ pork for dinner, already thawing

Work
Work 9-1
Sycamore View
Swagbucks

Personal:
Take Gabriel to car
B

Workout
20 high knees
10 second plank
10 lunges
6 pushups
 
 
Angel
D is for Death Angel in progress


She will be washed, painted black, and made a skeleton angel.
#GGKcraftyPAD
 
 
Angel
04 February 2016 @ 10:09 pm
Today was a good day.

I got almost everything on my list accomplished. Blueberry bagels with blueberry-lemon cream cheese are a small slice of heaven.
I sorted through a year of financial transactions. I'll work up a report for Mudd later.

I made headway in the study


I did 3 loads of laundry AND put away the backlog that's been knocking around since (mumble)

And I took Oli thrift shopping. She has a to-do this weekend, a concert next week, prom and Jonner's graduation to get through. Our uncanny thriftshop luck hold. I found a large and lovely angel to become a death angel, a framed copy of Rudyard Kipling's If (professional frame, possibly antique) for Jonner.

And Oli found this.


The price tag was ouch ($25) but the tags were still on it. She's worth it.

We had dinner.
And we went to see a One-Act of Hamlet at Marion.
It was very good. The kids were spot-on, but needed more volume.

Off to bed.
Tomorrow, there is day job