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Tuesday, April 6, 2021 06:58 PM
On the Viewer - Justice League: The Snyder Cut
 by Fëanor

I live-tweeted my reactions to watching the Snyder Cut a while back, so just thought I'd collect all those tweets here, for posterity.

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[Thread #1]

Ok, I'm watching the Snyder Cut, it's already annoying me, this should be fun.The sound waves of Superman's yell flying across the earth was just...weird. I get what they were trying to do, but I feel like it could have been done in a way that wasn't so silly.

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Bruce meets a random guy who is probably a fish man, and just immediately tells him he's Batman? In public? And lets fish man talk about it in front of everybody? Why??

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The lady smelling Aquaman's sweater is just creepy. He's got this town of people practically worshipping him.

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Martha Kent's dog is named Dusty? Not Krypto?

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Of course the Kent farm has been foreclosed on. Everything is so gray and colorless and mopey. It makes me mad. You're a comic book movie for God's sake! Have a little fun!

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Oh my god this ridiculously elegiac song playing while Lois stares at the monument to her dead boyfriend in the rain, jeez!

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Wonder Woman showing up standing on the arm of a giant gold statue of Justice is a bit on the nose. Just a bit.

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Oh my god, this movie is terrible. I was going to say something nice about it, because it was fun watching Wonder Woman beat up terrorists, then they ruined it with the "can I be like you some day" bit.

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I'm curious if there's going to be any point to that scene. Was it just to introduce Wonder Woman? She doesn't really need an introduction at this point. Or will the terrorists somehow tie in to the larger story? I don't see how...

[Editor's note: no, there will no point to it.]

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"Maybe it's going back to sleep."
"Evil does not sleep. It waits."
Ugh, I just rolled my eyes so hard.

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So, I thought the idea was that Steppenwolf is showing up after thousands of years absence. But didn't we see him hanging out with Lex Luthor at the beginning of the movie? And what's the point of sealing the cave, didn't the central chamber have a big skylight?

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I went back, it absolutely does have a big skylight. There's no point sealing off the entrance if you could just climb out. There's even guys in there that can fly. I mean...wow. This is so bad.

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Ok, but now the entire thing fell into the sea. Maybe that was the plan?

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Ok, I will say a nice thing now: some of the action scenes with Steppenwolf were good.

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Now back to bad things: so much sad choral music! Oy.

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Why was Diana restoring an ancient statue while wearing a fancy sheath dress?

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The dialogue is just very bad.

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Diana lights a torch and suddenly she's in an ancient pit?! Where did this come from?

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Okay, I will say another nice thing: the ancient frescoes of the mother boxes and Darkseid are really cool.

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This scene of Aquaman saving a guy feels like another introduction scene - except we already met him...

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He just came in from the ocean wearing a shirt, but before he dives back in, he tears the shirt off and throws it on the ground, just like he did earlier. What does he have against shirts??

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Willem Dafoe, erstwhile lighthouse keeper, demands that Arthur take up his mother's trident! And offers him a weapon with five spikes on the end. Don't tridents have three spikes? Isn't that the point of the whole "tri" part?

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Steppenwolf and Desaad have a conversation that is mostly exposition. He owes Darkseid 10,000 more worlds?? Man, you've got some work to do, dude.

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There's a computer effects-laden epic flashback battle showing the last time Darkseid came to earth and was fought back. It's kind of lame. It doesn't help that Wonder Woman is there to provide incredibly corny and completely unnecessary narration throughout.

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It is cool that we get to see Darkseid and the previous Green Lantern. But they turn Darkseid into a big gray brute who grunts and hits things. Not at all the thoughtful, aloof Darkseid I know with the colorful outfits and cool crooked laser eye blasts.

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Dude comes jumping in with a big axe and hits Darkseid in the shoulder. Reminds me a lot of Thor jumping in and hitting Thanos in the shoulder with an axe in Avengers. Just saying!

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Really unimpressive showing from Darkseid here. If the point of this flashback was to make him look big and scary, they failed miserably. He gets hit a couple times and passes out in the back of his van.

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Have I mentioned that there is no color in this movie? Everything is gray and washed out. I don't get it. It's just ugly.

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I like that the Atlanteans and the Amazons have these fancy rituals and ceremonial locations for sealing their mother boxes away, and the men just...put theirs in a hole and cover it with dirt. :LOL:

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I enjoy that they introduce the Flash with a REDUCED SPEED AHEAD sign. And he's late, of course. Good old Barry.

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Ah, an entirely manufactured emergency so Barry can have a reazon to show off his powers. Sigh.
So many of these scenes feel jammed in here for no good reason. Why not have Barry's intro be worked into the overall story? Instead we're wasting time with a cliche traffic accident.

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The soundtrack is so melodramatic!

I like the idea of Barry running right out of his shoes, but...how do the rest of his clothes stay on? Not that I want to see him naked...

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Also, really uncool that he is stopping to touch the girl's hair in the middle of saving her. Seriously. Not okay. Creepy and bad.

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The touching, romantic music as he takes the time to steal a hot dog...

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Think I'll sleep for now. Perhaps more tomorrow night!

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[Thread #2]

Picking up where I left off with the #SnyderCut .

They trying to set up a romance between Diana and Bruce? Huh.

I like the extra backstory for Cyborg. This is actually good character development here.

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What kinda dude tries to cheer up his depressed, angry teen son by telling him he has the power to destroy the world??

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Yeah, I really liked the Cyborg sequence there, and I really liked the scene in the prison between Barry and his dad. Plus "you're living in the past; make your own future, Barry" feels like foreshadowing of Flashpoint, which is fun.

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"Fluent in gorilla sign language" feels like a Gorilla Grodd reference, but maybe I'm reading into this too much now. Regardless, love this scene between Barry and Bruce.

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"What are your super powers again?"
"I'm rich."
Ah yes, the only true super power.
I'm actually really enjoying the movie tonight. Not sure if this part is that much better, or if I'm just in the right mood...

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I like that merely because Diana did an internet search for him, Cyborg immediately found her, hacked her system, set up a meeting.

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Really like the scene between them, with Diana connecting with him over loss and learning to open yourself back up again. Really, loss and what to do about it is what all these characters are about.

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"Hi, Barry, I'm Diana. That's not right. Great." :LOL:

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Another conversation between Desaad and Steppenwolf that feels mostly unnecessary. I guess we did learn that Steppenwolf now has working defences for his fortress...

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Now we got most of the team together, talking to Commissioner Gordon about parademons! Fun stuff.

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The music in this movie is mostly bad, but I really love Wonder Woman's theme.

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Sometimes the computer effects are really good and sometimes they're really surprisingly bad. There's a scene where Batman's grapple gun almost falls off a metal walkway, and the way it moves is just really obviously unnatural and fake.

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I appreciate the extremely matter-of-fact way Alfred says, "catastrophic failure of all systems."

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Ok, so I like that we're bringing Anti-Life into it, upping the stakes, that's cool. But...how exactly did Darkseid and his minions "lose" Earth? How did he not know this was where he suffered his great defeat, and where the equation was written? I mean, that makes no sense.

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Cyborg is pretty central to this version of the story! And now we're going to use the mother box to bring Superman back. Interesting!

Wait, did he try to bring his mother back? Hmm...

Anyway, gonna stop again for now. Good night, folks!

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[Thread #3]

Ok, it's #SnyderCut time again! Moving into the third hour now.

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Ok, very unexpected cameo from Martian Manhunter there. He couldn't have just asked Martha to stop by?

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This is a good setup for the next part of the movie. Use the box to try to revive Superman, but using the box calls the enemy. Their only chance to win could also bring on their defeat.

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"She's 5000 years old, Barry. Every guy's a younger guy."
Heh.

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"This red cape charges back" isn't really the thrilling line they think it is...

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Lois has a pregnancy test in her bedside table drawer, and the brand name is Force Majeure. :grimacing face:

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Oh man, the tension and foreboding as the countdown goes down to one, and then the vision of the awful future. So well done! And we get to see Darkseid use his omega eye beams!! Hooray!

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Intense and brutal battle with a confused resurrected Superman. Then a powerful self-sacrifice by Victor's dad - which reminds me a lot of this same actor's self-sacrifice in Terminator 2! Poor guy is always pushing buttons to kill himself in an attempt to ward off apocalypse.

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Part 6: Something Darker. That doesn't really fill me with confidence...But maybe they're just talking about the black suit.

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I like that Bruce introduces Alfred by saying, "I work for him."

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"I don't care how many demons he's fought in how many hells. He's never fought us. Not us united."
Nice.

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Can somebody just text Lois and let her know it's important to hurry up with getting Clark back together??

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Or, you know, we've established that Martian Manhunter is around. Couldn't he lend a hand? He has a very impressive power set of his own...

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I have to say, there are some really great quiet character moments here. I'm really enjoying this movie now.

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The "something darker" comes from Batman, as he's considering what his prophetic dream might mean - specifically, the bit about Lois Lane being the key. I seem to remember this dream being in the theatrical cut, but we didn't see it in this version...

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...Or I could be remembering something from Batman vs Superman, actually.

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Anyway, pretty neat moment as Clark hears the voices of his two fathers urging him on, and he puts on the black suit and heads out.

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They spend the whole movie trying to get this thing to fly and on its maiden voyage Batman crashes it? C'mon Bruce!

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Very fun action sequence as the team mows their way through a horde of parademons. They're like popcorn!

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Oh man, Superman shows up, blows a puff of breath on Steppenwolf's axe, and one punch shatters it. Nice entrance!

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They fail, they're too late, but it's okay - Barry can run faster than time.

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Realizing how much this movie is about fathers, too. Superman's dads, Barry's dad, Victor's dad, Aquaman's dad. Lots of complicated father-son relationships here.

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Barry runs the world back into existence. What a visual. Fantastic.

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"I'm not broken. And I'm not alone." Such a great character moment for Victor. Really well done.

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Oh man, the way they all work together to finish off Steppenwolf and send his corpse back to Darkseid? So badass.

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But even as they defeat Steppenwolf and stop this attempt to destroy the world, the threat of Darkseid himself rises. Very ominous.

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Epilogue! Lots going on here. More villains lined up to come after them, and another vision of a horrifying future in which Superman is an enemy. It's a bit much, really.

But yeah, I actually ended up mostly liking this movie! I'm shocked.
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Tuesday, March 9, 2021 02:41 PM
Book Report: Circe
 by Fëanor

Circe (2018) by Madeline Miller is a novelization of the story of the goddess from Ancient Greek myth. If you remember her at all, it's probably from the story of Odysseus. On his long, wending way back from Troy, he shows up at her island and she briefly turns his men into pigs. In this novel, that incident is a pivotal event, but it is only one in a dramatic and engrossing life story full of pain, struggle, and yearning.

Circe is about women fighting to find their own place and their own power in a world dominated by men. It also contains one of the most bittersweet and painfully real descriptions of parenthood I've ever read - the agony, the lack of sleep, the desperate fear, the jealous aching love. Despite all the trials and suffering Circe endures, ultimately the book is suffused with a great passion and joy for life. Life hurts, and it ends, but it's beautiful for all that - maybe because of it.

A really fantastic book. I read it as an audio book, and the narration by Perdita Weeks really added to my enjoyment. She does a wonderful job.

Miller has another book called The Song of Achilles that I will definitely seek out now.
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Monday, March 1, 2021 09:53 AM
For Amazonians Only
 by Fëanor

Exciting news! Amazon invited me to a private beta for self-publishing hardcover books, so both my books are now available on Amazon in hardcover format! Their hardcover format is a bit different from the Barnes & Noble format. Barnes & Noble prints the cover illustration on a paper jacket that wraps around the book. Amazon does what they call case laminate hardcover, which means the cover illustration is applied directly to the cover itself, and there is no jacket.

Anyway, here are the links! Thanks for looking.

Tree and Beast

Sea and Sword
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Monday, February 15, 2021 03:20 PM
Book Birthday!
 by Fëanor

Hey, just dropping a note to celebrate the official release of my new book, Sea and Sword: A Stranger World Adventure, in hardcover! Yay!

Right now it's available only in hardcover, and only online at Barnes & Noble. If you'd rather not fork over the big bucks for a hardcover edition, I get that! I'll be releasing paperback and ebook versions later on this year on Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Google Play Books, and Apple Books. I will definitely post more about that when the time comes.

Sea and Sword is about the continuing adventures of a boy named Hunter Wilson in a mysterious magical world. He meets lots of new characters and creatures: bloodthirsty pirates, giant monsters, and creepy ghosts! But he also reunites with friends from his last adventure: a giant dog-like creature he calls Murphy, and a shape-shifting trickster named Raven.

We also learn more about the larger world he's fallen into: its history, its ruler, and its dangers. And Hunter learns more about stories, about magic, about families, and about himself.

I think you can pick up the series here if you like, but of course it's always better to begin at the beginning. The first volume of A Stranger World is called Tree and Beast, and it introduces us to Hunter, as well as Murphy, Raven, their world, and its mysteries. Tree and Beast is available now in hardcover, paperback, and ebook formats; you can find links to buy that book here. Also, I'm running a promotion right now on the NOOK version of Tree and Beast. If you go here and enter coupon code BNPSTRANGE75, you can get it for 75% off.

The books are for kids of a wide range of ages, and that includes adults. I tested these first two out on my seven-year-old, and he's a big fan. I hope you and your family will enjoy them, too.

Happy birthday to Sea and Sword!
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Wednesday, February 3, 2021 07:27 PM
Reading My New Book!
 by Fëanor

In celebration of it being on pre-sale, I read the first chapter of Sea and Sword on YouTube. It's below.

Also, the first book is currently on sale! Use the coupon code BNPSTRANGE75 and you can grab the eBook version of Tree and Beast for 75% off.

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Friday, January 8, 2021 07:26 PM
Kirkus Review Live
 by Fëanor

Hey folks, the Kirkus review of my first Stranger World novel, Tree and Beast, is now live! Go check it out. Wee!
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Sunday, November 22, 2020 10:53 AM
Fixy Fixy
 by Fëanor

I noticed that the Facebook "Like" buttons on my blog got messed up somehow or other - the ends were cut off - so after an hour or so of painful struggle, I think I've got them fixed so you can see them properly again. It's been a while since I had to do front-end web design, and man, I forgot how frustrating fighting with css can be! Good times.

Anyway, as always, let me know if you see anything around here that looks weird, or you find something broken, and I'll see what I can do. Thanks!
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Saturday, November 21, 2020 03:22 PM
(Last updated on Saturday, November 21, 2020 03:26 PM)
I'm a Goodreads Author!
 by Fëanor

Hey, I have an author profile on Goodreads now! Both my published books are on there, too, so if you use Goodreads, I'd really appreciate it if you'd add my books to your shelves, rate and review them, and maybe even recommend them to other folks. (Also let me know if my author photo is too ridiculous; I thought it was funny.) I added some Goodreads widgets to my website, so it should be easy to do. Thanks!
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Wednesday, November 18, 2020 07:16 AM
An Apology, Among Other Things
 by Fëanor

The great thing about self-publishing is that you can publish whatever you want, whenever you want! The bad thing about self-publishing is that you can publish whatever you want, whenever you want. After waiting eleven years to publish my book, I got a little too eager and pulled the trigger too quickly. I noticed when preparing the manuscript for another online store (more on that soon, I hope) that it had some errors. The great majority were formatting issues, although there was also a spelling mistake, and then I decided to move some commas around. The point is, the first printing was not perfect, and for that, I apologize.

The good news is, both the paperback and eBook versions of Tree and Beast have now been updated and corrected on Amazon.

I've also been tinkering with my website. I added a new section: Published Works. And I also made various other small updates, and tried to make the site more mobile-friendly overall. You can let me know how successful I've been.

That's all for now!
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Tuesday, November 10, 2020 03:22 PM
(Last updated on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 03:23 PM)
My Book Is Out!
 by Fëanor

I'm gonna do this like one of those online recipes, with the big long story up front and the stuff you actually want at the end, so feel free to scroll down to the bottom now; I'll never know.

It's November! November is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. The idea behind NaNoWriMo is to jumpstart your writing by giving you a challenge: write 50,000 words (the minimum word count for a novel) in a single month. That means an average of almost 2,000 words a day. It's like climbing a word mountain! It can be difficult, but it does force you to get words on the page every day - any kind of words! They don't have to be good, you just need more! And that's good. Before you can have a finished novel, you need to have a first draft. That first draft can be absolutely awful. Who cares? You can fix it later. But you need some material to start with or you'll never get anywhere.

Back in 2009 (oh, such an innocent time), I decided to take part in NaNoWriMo. Poppy, my wife, was pregnant with our first child, but she gave her blessing to my insane project anyway. I think she said something like, "Once this baby comes you certainly won't have time, so you might as well do it now."

One of the few rules for NaNoWriMo is, no actual writing before November 1st. However, you can take some notes or do a basic outline beforehand. So I started trying to work out what my story would be about. My original concept was that I'd have a pair of characters (a guy and a creature that couldn't really talk; sort of a Han Solo and Chewbacca duo) go on a series of adventures while travelling between different worlds or universes. But that just remained a vague idea and didn't really coalesce for me.

Meanwhile, of course, I was all caught up in the idea that I was about to have a son, and wondering what he would be like, and thinking of all the things I wanted to show him and do with him. And then I thought, well, why not make him the main character of my book? My imaginary future boy could be the hero. Heck, I could be in the book, too. It could be a story about fathers and sons, and about stories, and about everything that boys like - because of course one day I'd want to hand the book to the real boy, and say, "Here, I wrote this for you."

I held onto the idea of traveling between worlds, and decided the story would be split into nine parts, each one a separate adventure that the boy would go on, each one involving a treasure he'd find and a guardian monster he'd have to fight. Then I realized nine was really a lot, and I cut it back to six. There would be forests and monsters and magic and swords and pirates and anything and everything I could think of.

NaNoWriMo gets a little wild. I thought about the story all the time. Everything that happened to me, everything I thought of, went into the book. Bees were getting into the house somehow - they had built a nest in the wall - so that went into the book as a magical bee curse. I had a dream about being attacked by some creature - maybe a demon - and I had to cast a spell on it to stop it right before it got me. That went into the book. "What about a giant octopus?" I thought. And I answered, "Sure," and that went into the book.

And by the end of November, I'd done it. In fact, I had more than 50,000 words! But what I didn't have was a finished book. I was maybe a third of the way through the fifth part of my planned six parts. I'd gotten my boy, Hunter, onto an endless stairway leading down into darkness. And for quite a while, I left him there.

My son, Griffin, was born. I poked at the book on and off over the following years, rewriting the beginning over and over. I finally got Hunter down those stairs, and further, and on and on. At last, I finished the book. It was huge. I started sending query letters to agents, trying to sell it. I aimed high - my first query letter went to Neil Gaiman's agency in New York. And they asked for a sample! And they liked it! They asked for the full manuscript!

I've been writing books for as long as I can remember. When my brother and I were kids, we'd write and draw little stories on printer paper. Are you old enough to remember that paper that had holes down either side so the printer could feed it through? Those bits were perforated so you could tear them off after. Yeah, we used a lot of that paper. I remember I wrote a sci-fi/mystery story called "Space Case" where these two brothers solved crimes together. One of them got his arm shot off, but it was okay, because it was immediately replaced with a bionic arm. I wrote and drew comic books about a ninja who could shoot flames out of his body. Later, when I was in my Ancient Egypt phase (we all had one of those, right?) I wrote a big fantasy epic where this group of aliens from different worlds became reincarnations of the Ancient Egyptian Gods. That one I actually finished. I also wrote a vampire novel that I don't think I ever finished, although I did get all the way to the final battle. I wrote poems and short stories. I wanted to be a writer - a published writer. It's pretty much all I've ever wanted.

So, when I got that request for my manuscript, I thought, this is it! I made it! It's gonna happen! This agency was old school, and wanted you to send them actual paper in the actual mail. At this point in time, my novel was called Doors to Other Places. It was over 600 pages and almost 200,000 words. So I bought some extra ink cartridges and some extra paper and a big box and I printed the whole damn thing off and I mailed it in. And I waited. And waited.

Well, I never got any response to my manuscript. I'm pretty sure the intern who requested it moved on to another job and whoever took over after just wasn't interested.

That was pretty crushing. But I kept going. I kept sending out queries and getting back rejections. After quite a lot of these, I finally did a bit of market research and realized that my book was not Young Adult, as I'd been presenting it, but really Middle Grade - meaning, it was for tweens and Harry Potter fans, not for teens. And I also realized that it was way, way too long. First-time novelists are pretty unlikely to sell a 600-page novel, because who's going to make that kind of investment in some guy they've never heard of? Plus, Middle Grade books are supposed to be pretty short in general.

So, I went back to the drawing board. How do I break up this gigantic book? Well, it was already split into six parts - why not just make each part its own book? Easy! Except now I had the opposite problem: a lot of the parts were too short to be standalone books. So, I'd have to flesh them out. And while I was at it, maybe I'd change the genders and sexual orientations of some of the characters. And rewrite the beginning again. And then rewrite it again. And change the vocabulary level and narrative voice throughout. And add an entirely new character and storyline...

So yeah, that took a while. And meanwhile, I kept sending out queries, trying to sell the now much shorter first book in my series. And right around the time I finally finished converting my one massive book into six much more reasonably-sized books, I got what I'd been waiting for: another request for the full manuscript.

This was really it this time! I was going to make it!

So I emailed the file (because that's the way every agency does it these days; I still can't believe that first place I contacted wanted paper in the mail...), and I waited. And waited. I was sick to my stomach almost every day. Which isn't that unusual for me, really, but still.

A month went by. Then two. And I realized, it's not happening. And it's not going to happen.

It was 2020 now, eleven years since I'd started writing these books, and I was tired, and I wanted to see one of them published, damn it. I wanted to hold the book in my hand. And I had a couple of friends who'd successfully self-published (hi, Dan and Neil), and managed to convert that into a sale to a publisher. So what the hell?

So I asked my brother if he'd be up for making me a book cover. And here we are.

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THE RECIPE

So, here it is. The first book is now called Tree and Beast: A Stranger World Adventure. You can buy it on Amazon in real, actual paperback format. Or you can pre-order the eBook, if you prefer that format (that version comes out later this week). I plan to sell the book on the Google Play store, too, and whatever other online bookstores I can manage to get it on. I can't wait to get my copy, and hold it in my hands.

I'm doing a promotion, too! Since it's November, the eleventh month, and it's eleven years since I started writing, the first eleven people who buy the book, in any format, will receive a personal gift from me! Just email proof of purchase (a screenshot of the Amazon "thank you for your purchase" page will do fine) to feanor AT feanorsworkshop DOT com, and I will send you ONE or BOTH (your choice) of the following:

  • A picture of my dog, Lady. She's cute.

  • A poem written by me, on a subject and in a style of your choosing (or I can choose for you if that's too much pressure).


I really hope you like the book. Theoretically it's for kids, but really it's for anybody. It's been a labor of love for me, and I want as many people to read it as possible. Send the link to your friends! Send it to your enemies! Let them borrow your copy! Buy it for everyone on your Christmas list! Once you do read it, please leave a (five star, I hope) review on Amazon. I would really, really appreciate that.

Also, keep in mind, this first book has a bit of a cliffhanger ending, and the more people who buy this one, the sooner I'll release the second one. So really I'm just trying to help you.

Thanks. I love you all.
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