Saturday, January 30, 2010

If you feel like reading about my obsessions

or at least the ones I'm willing to admit publicly, head on over to Poe's Deadly Daughters, where an interview/guest blog with me is now live. I met some of those nice folks at the World Fantasy Con in Calgary, and when they invited me, I immediately agreed. The obsession question made me think a great deal, so the experience was a good and informative one for me. The Web Weasel has declared it perhaps the best interview yet with me; you'll have to be your own judge.

It snowed and sleeted last night and into today, so we are housebound. We have power and plenty of food and connectivity, so I consider our fate to be a lovely one. I took advantage of it to crash and spend an inordinate amount of time in bed. Though I am still fatigued enough that I could crawl back into the sack and immediately fall asleep, the extra sleep certainly made me feel better.

I'd post pictures of the lovely snow, but I didn't get outside until after dark, so you'll have to trust me when I say that it's quite pretty and rather rare for our area.

If this harsh weather is affecting you, I hope your situation is as comfortable as ours.


Anonymous said...

we're happily housebound as well - spent the day sledding with friends and their kids in the neighborhood. it's a half-mile, top to bottom, and we found that the flexible flyer could take us all the way down in one glorious two-minute-long ride! we ended up having dinner with friends who let us practice our new dessert obsession - grand marnier souffle - on them. glad to hear that you and your family are also warm and happy, and you're getting some extra sleep!

- lisa

Mark said...

Desserts and snow are a natural combination!

Karen Z said...

That's a very insightful, well done interview and a great portrait also.

Mark said...

Thanks for the kind words, Karen.


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