To which I answer .... yup.
Anyway, Marina Fontaine has her own point of view on the whole SFC problem from the other day. So you can check that out.
And it was almost like John C. Wright read my own thoughts on the gender bending in Doctor Strange and kept going with his variation (though make no mistake, I'm certain he rarely looks at this blog, so I don't mean I prompted him to more thoughts on the matter). And while I was briefly tempted to write my own blog bouncing off his post, I read his comments, where he continued to write about what I was thinking. So ... there's that. Enjoy.
For the record, Set to Kill is going through more readers. I'm holding off on sending it out until I get notice about anything from the Hugos. And I mean anything. I mean, Vox likes to boast about "3 / 5 Hugo nominations are likely Rabid Puppies," but still, dude, they were also Sad Puppy nominations ... so does means we can only work together to get anything done? I have no idea. But I'll be amused to find out.
Anyway, I'm thinking of running Set To Kill past Vox's Castalia House publisher, mainly because I would like more money, please, if I can manage it. And they seem to have a fairly long reach. And hey, if he does John C. Wright well, that means the publisher has got to be kick ass.
However, they only publish SFF works. My only hope there is that they'd take Set to Kill because it's Puppy related.
But again, we'll see.
And oh, look, Music.