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I went to bed last night well past midnight, after watching images of the horrible disaster in Japan, and was awakened at 6:30 by a robo-call about the west coast tsunami warning. Donating to the Red Cross is probably a good idea today, and you can give $10 by texting REDCROSS to 90999.

Everything else seems a bit trivial in comparison, but I may as well post the bits of this blog post I wrote yesterday.

My story “Shark’s Teeth” appeared in Daily Science Fiction today, for subscribers. It should be available for everyone to read on the website in a week. This is the chronologically-latest (so far) Marla Mason story, set after the events of Broken Mirrors. (But it should stand alone fine even if you’ve never read a word about Marla; in some ways, it’s a reboot for the series.) I sent the story as a chapbook to readers who donated to the serial of Broken Mirrors, but it should be new to most of you.

The Alphabet Quartet continues — we’re up to “I is for Inertia” on the website!

Looks like I’ll be going to Fogcon tonight. See some of you there. I might possibly drop in on the bar tomorrow as well, but I think I’ll just stay home and work on my novel instead, as the end is increasingly in sight. (I’d be more likely to go if the hotel were near a BART station, but since it requires transfers to get there on public transit and I hate driving, I probably won’t make the journey twice.)

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  1. dsolo dsolo

    Hi Tim,

    Loved “Shark’s Teeth”. I tried to download “The Nex”, but I have a Sony ebook reader, and it wasn’t available on that site. I’m already hooked on T A Pratt, and look forward to the next Marla story. I found you through the Daniel dos Santos website, because the cover of “Poison Sleep” intrigued me. Keep up the good work.

    Debbie Solomon
    Brandon, Fl

  2. admin admin

    Thanks! You can get an epub of The Next at, and that should work on the Sony reader, from what I understand.

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