Monday, September 26, 2011

Foggy Bloggy

This post is a suggestion box of sorts.  I know I haven't been posting much lately.  That's mostly because I've been focusing my creative efforts on that other project, but at least partly because I haven't seen much of anything that made me think "Hey, that would make a good blog post."  It has been over two years since I moved to this cabin, and though I still love it here, things are not so new as before, so they don't often catch my eye.  And most of the things that do catch my eye, I've already put up here at least a few times.  So if anybody has any suggestions of something you'd like to see or hear more about, please let me know in the comments or at (or any other e-mail address you might have).  Otherwise, I'll just keep posting at my usual glacial pace.


  1. Favorite passages from your book
    A Day in the Life of Cliff Esq vs Cliff Xsq (I made that up and I'm self-impressed)
    Puns using your name
    Your writing space
    My Fear of Commitment

    Yes, an illustrated history of my fear of commitment. Imagine it. Write it. Shoot it.

  2. Depends on which "day in your life" you pick - there are always Baker stories to tell! That should be your next book - As The Firm Turns!

    As for the know how much I love ALL of it - it's like sitting and chatting with you and looking at pretty pictures. Don't change a thing!

    2 years is a LONG time to miss you!

  3. Wow! There’s a lot of food for thought in those two comments.

    Penni, you should write As the Firm Turns. You know a lot more than I do. In that drama I was just “a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more.” Okay, maybe I didn’t strut, but I did fret an awful lot. Thank you for the rest of your comment. I miss you, too.

  4. Jotsalot, I think it may go far beyond a fear of commitment. Judging from your blog, you’ve gone to great lengths to live like a person in the witness protection program. If I were to try to document anything, there would have to be a lot of guessing and surmising, like when the scientists on Jurassic Park used pieces of frog DNA to fill holes in the dinosaur DNA, and that got a lot of people killed. I really like the Exquire bit, though. If I ever get business cards . . .