Missing in Action

Pattyjo and I have been neglecting our blogging for some time now, due to a number of projects consuming our time. Besides promoting The Eye of the Moon, we are both working on new novels. Mine is a sci-fi thriller, and hers is a novelization of a The Germaine Truth storyline.

If that weren’t enough, we will also be redesigning our website over the next few months. Stay tuned.

Pattyjo and I have been neglecting our blogging for some time now, due to a number of projects consuming our time. Besides promoting The Eye of the Moon, we are both working on new novels. Mine is a sci-fi thriller, and hers is a novelization of a The Germaine Truth storyline.

If that weren’t enough, we will also be redesigning our website over the next few months. Stay tuned.

Our other blogs – an update

The Habit of Rainy Nights Press will soon release a new chapbook by Jay Thiemeyer entitled Marginal Notes. Release should be in late April or early May. Patricia and I will also be performing at Poetland, which is part of the Wordstock Festival, on April 15th. Check out the website (link above) for more info.

The Germaine Truth will also officially be launched in May. Work has progressed nicely. Check out our new intro page (above).

Roadside Bomb, our poetry performance group, is doing a one hour pilot show for KBOO radio on Thursday, April 20th at 10am. Provided we get the show, we plan to release regular podcasts at Elohi Gadugi Internet Radio, our webcast and audio blog. Check it out.

Elohi gadugi finally back after webserver move

For the past several weeks we have been moving our website over to a new server. It has been relatively painless, but there’s been a lot of tweaking and trimming.

The Germaine Truth, our multi-blog fiction project is now completely under it’s own seperate domain, with its own navigation bar at the top of the page. The site is made up of a half dozen blogs, including The Applegate Trail, and The Germaine Truth newspaper.

We have dropped the Northwest Network News Service, due to a lack of time and resources to make it happen. We still think its a good idea, and hope someone else can make it happen in the near future.

Now that we have things pretty much done, Patty and I hope to start blogging on a more regular basis.