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I decided to wait for the start of a fresh month to make a fresh start on my journal. (No, I'm not joking!) It seems like I'm not the only one who's had bloggitis. Most of the blogs I read have fallen unusually quiet. Is it something that's transmitted electronically?

As always I'm hoping spring will get me started again. It got my car started, after 70 (yes, count 'em) 70 days of being snowed and iced in. I dwell far too much on the weather during the winter but that's because we dwell far too close to it.

The past few days the cat has decided to sleep on the sunny window sill for the first time since last fall. Young and rambunctious squirrels are chasing each other around the yard. I haven't caught sight of woodchuck Willie yet, though.

I have caught sight of David Burton's new issue of Pixel. Along with the familiar contributors, it features a long dialog between me and Dave Locke which, unlike various interviews Mary and I have done, focuses on my involvement in sf fandom. If you want a peek into a part of my life that I don't go into much here (and if you want to see, as they used to say, "where I'm coming from") this is your chance.

In the meantime, Mary and I have now begun the revisions of the seventh Byzantine mystery novel. We are adding a little more loopiness...we hope. The book was a bit dark. Then again it might end up darkly loopy. Anyway, no one wants a book that's half looped.

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