Just got a great review of "GEO"
GEO is a science-fiction novelette (7,500-10,000 words) that looks like it has definitely left readers wanting more--which I think is a good thing. This review from author Gilbert Stack seems to agree.
I was doing writing workshops in a tiny community near Estevan, Saskatchewan, yesterday when one of the students (who just happens to be the son of the school principal, who I knew growing up in Foam Lake) showed me this cool diorama he made, depicting the climax of The Great Grain Elevator Incident. He did it as part of a book study project. Next up is Unlimited. I was pretty blown away by the amount of work he put into it and the fact he enjoyed the book enough to do it. He says it's his favorite in the series so far. All the encouragement I need to keep working on Snowbound!
This is My Face on TV
The title of this post is a Homer Simpson quote, in case you're wondering. This is an interview I did recently talking about The Great Grain Elevator Incident and the Milligan Creek Series in general.
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