Category Archives: progress

Twenty-two Years Since First Publication

It’s been 22 years this month since I self-published Learning FutureBASIC: Macintosh BASIC Power, my first full length book in December of 1993. Before that I had only written a manual on some articles for the hobbyest programmer Nibble Mac magazine … Continue reading

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A Week of Editing

This week I spent a lot of time learning to edit my work. I know, I should be concentrating on writing, adding more content in pursuit of my NaNoWriMo goal, and I have, just not as much as I should … Continue reading

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Mid-NaNoWriMo Report

For my very first attempt at it, NaNoWriMo is going well. I’m not going to make the 50k words goal of the normal NaNoWriMo, but I think I’ll get to 30k without too much trouble. And that 30k will make … Continue reading

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November Chaos

It’s November and I’ve a ton of things to do. First, some status updates: Houses for sale in MO are seeing some interest but no offers yet. Much better than I anticipated for this time of year but the prices … Continue reading

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