Wednesday, September 3, 2008


You can read Neil Gaiman’s book Neverwhere online or download the pdf for free here. You don’t get to keep it forever though. In Neil’s words “It's yours for thirty days from download, and then the pdf file returns to its electrons.”

They did this earlier in the year with American Gods and saw sales of the book skyrocket. Of course, I just bought Neverwhere a few weeks ago. D’oh.


Well, what do you know? The anthology that my play The Lake was published in just popped up for sale used on Amazon. Or, you can read the whole thing online here on Experiment Farm.


I really need to make more of an effort to talk to people and socialize at work.


In spite of the Cubs recent misfortunes I refuse to think negatively. This is it. This is our year. If everyone starts yelling “the sky is falling”, then it will. Positive thinking.

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In 1789, the governor of Australia granted land and some animals to James Ruse in an experiment to see how long it would take him to support himself. Within 15 months he had become self sufficient. The area is still known as Experiment Farm. This is my Experiment Farm to see how long it will take me to support myself by writing.