Writing in Pleasanton, Texas, home of the cowboy!
WOW, including CodeWOW and TaleWOW, now features advertisements.
More updates on the way!


Now in San Antonio, Texas!!!
It's been an exciting year to get started and running with WOW!
Lots more in the upcoming year.
Hope everyone's had a great time, and many good times to come!
Happy New Year!!!

More updates!

Adding a few minor cleanups in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico!!!
Also, starting a few advertising campaigns!


After a while with various administrative efforts, I've cleaned up the spam situation at TaleWOW!
I also made some improvements at CodeWOW.
We'll see how the updates hold against further spammers...
Now with the new protections, including CAPTCHA systems to block spammers, the WOWs are open to editing again.
Writing from beautiful Del Rio, Texas, USA!!!


After a while writing in Juarez, Mexico, and environs, I've continued to travel through the borderlands of Mexico and Texas.
I finished writing the draft pages of Phase Q in the suitably named El Porvenir, Mexico.
Now in Van Horn, Texas, getting ready to ride out further down the river.
Due to a few technical issues, TaleWOW is currently undergoing some maintenance, and I haven't yet linked up the stories properly. Will do so soon.
Lots more happening!!!

Done Phase Q!!!

OK, I finished the first draft of Phase Q!!!
Will upload, link, and edit later!
Lots more to follow!!!

10 more pages!

I wrote a bunch more of Phase Q!
Today, writing in a tortilleria/fruteria/carniceria/taqueria/etc. in El Paso!
It's fun and challenging to write this. Much easier in a lot of ways than to write non-fiction. Although I sometimes -- OK, often -- feel like it's kind of silly, there are also some insights that come out of this writing.
One thing's for sure: it'll take a whole lot of editing to make this more readable!
Anyway, good sesh, more soon!!!

Halfway there!!!

OK, now at 25,000 out of 50,000 words for Phase Q!!!
Now in El Paso, Texas.
This calls for a celebratory burrito!!!

Getting there!

Phase Q now at 20,000 words, that's 40%!
Go Alamogordo!



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