Clarion Write-a-Thon Writer
I wandered over to the bar on the far side of the room. It was a long enough hike that I wondered if I should have packed a lunch. I put some Scotch and ice in a pair of highballs and looked around for the siphon. Whoever had been nice enough to leave the booze out in the open was apparently afraid of someone stealing the fizzy water. I found it in the cabinet behind the bar. When I turned around, I noticed that she wasn't wearing the kimono anymore. It's hard not to notice things like that.
Paul Tevis is an expatriate Iowan living in Southern California, where he works in the software industry. He is an improviser, a game designer, a wine enthusiast, a raconteur, and a podcaster emeritus. Most of his job involves applying what he's learned about collaboration, which is to say he spends much of his time helping people how to be like Bruce Lee so they can form Voltron.
"And One Woman" in My First Time from Softcopy Publishing: http://myfirsttimebook.com/andonewoman.html
Raymond Chandler through a fantasy lens.
I want to get 10K more words into the novel I'm working on, a fantasy detective story currently titled Sun, Moon, and Stars.
Clarion is made possible in part by generous support from
Copyright © 2006-2011 by The Clarion Foundation