Thursday, June 25, 2009

This Rawks

A 60-foot Gundam statue in Tokyo Bay, that lights up at night!

See?




Now I fully expect a 400-foot tall Godzilla statue that roars on the hour.

Despite a hellish week at work (made all the more crappy by all my various pains, be it back pain, neck pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, etc), the writing has been going very well, at least until today. Tonight I am too zonked and sore to write. Instead, I researched potential markets and contemplated expanding a couple of those 100 word micros I did a while back into longer flash pieces. My Vermin tale, Ground Zero, has been coming along great. I've now reached the final act, which naturally is when all hell breaks loose.

On top of all that, today I got an acceptance from Tweet the Meat for a Tweet story I subbed. Plus, last night I got an acceptance from Lurid Lit for Pruritus Maximus, a story that is equal parts humor and horror (at least for men). Time now to pass ou...

10 comments:

Natalie L. Sin said...

Yatta!

Josh Reynolds said...

Congrats! And get some sleep.

Barry Napier said...

I am constantly amazed at how much cooler Japan is than the US.

Aaron Polson said...

Congrats, and damn...that statue is bad-ass.

Jamie Eyberg said...

I wonder if my wife would mind if I built a replica of that in my front yard?
Congrats on the acceptances!

Catherine J Gardner said...

Congratulations. That statue is so Japan.

Horror Girl said...

what you mean at least for men? women find things funny! the funny things anyway.

ack. men.

K.C. Shaw said...

I want a Gundam statue in my back yard now! That's, well, completely awesome in every possible way.

Jameson T. Caine said...

Horror Girl - I meant that the horror angle would be especially true for men, as it deals with trauma to the nads.

abrokenlaptop said...

I went Duotrope stalking and saw that you had a Tweet the Meat acceptance! Congrats!