As for me? 66,472 words into the sequel to It was only on Stun! I'm in the home stretch on the first draft.
This is the point in which Sean Ryan meets a fan artist from online. She is of course based on no one in particular.
Heh heh heh.
I think my "popularity" has to do with the fact that the year isn't over yet, and voting for Sad Puppies 4 is about two months old.Oops.
|Trust me, I'm the Doctor|
|Has not aged well. Really.|
you’re worse than the Soviets who condemned the Kulaks during holodomor, worse than the people on the street who mouthed the Nazi lies about Jews during WWII. Why worse? Because those people lived in fear of their lives. They had to say what they did because they feared being next on the kill list.She gets extra points for the A Man for All Seasons reference.
But you? You willingly go along with slanders and destroy reputations and attempt to destroy livelihoods for the sake of a plastic rocket. To coin a phrase: It profits a man nothing to give his soul for the whole world … but for Wales, Richard?
|The jokes are just so easy.|
|John C. Wright|
|My Sad Puppies Motto|
Yes, it’s true that the comics character Iron Fist is white, and thus it is indeed technically accurate for a white guy to play the role on TV. But technical accuracy does not equate “the right thing,” for lack of a better term. Because as with so many superheroes, there is nothing about the character of Iron Fist that requires him to be played by a white person. Nothing. It is fundamental to no aspect of his personality, his origin, his powers.
Of particular note is Honor At Stake by Declan Finn. He wasn’t shy at all about recommending his own work and apparently working the room works! Honor came in at #2. Funny how the same thing that was done to the Hugos last year popped up in SPIV, huh?