Sean D. Daily has lived in four states and once reported on a tornado in New Jersey, of all things. He now lives in Las Vegas, where he's writing the novel "Crossing the Line" and the comic book "Sidestep".
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
10 pages done today, 59 or so done so far. I really enjoyed writing this chapter. It easily has some of the best writing in the whole book… and I have other, er, private reasons for liking it. Read on. You’ll see … Continue reading
I want to thank all the new people to this blog who liked, reblogged or commented on one of my posts or decided to follow me in the last week (or so). Visit their sites. They’re good people. But I’m … Continue reading
Sorry for the intermittent updates. I made a huge comic book purchase on Saturday, and I’ve been reading those instead of writing. I’m nearing the bottom of the pile, though, so you should be seeing more output out of me … Continue reading
Sorry for not updating you on Crossing the Line yesterday. I felt like being lazy and taking a break. Two pages done today, 45 or so done so far. Our unnamed hero somehow manages to convince an increasingly panicked kelpie to … Continue reading
Two pages done today, 43 or so done so far. Not too much happened today. We’re introduced to our unnamed hero’s boss – the Bastard, who runs the Southern Nevada Fay Reserve. He calls while Metro is processing the kelpie … Continue reading
11 pages done, 41 or so done so far. Our unnamed hero jumped into Lake Bellagio to save the woman who’d been captured by the kelpie. He almost didn’t make it. The kelpie had eaten four of her fingers by … Continue reading
Tonight’s scene is kind of significant in the development of Crossing the Line. Crossing the Line was originally a short story based on an idea by my friend Richard Creager. That was it. It was just a short story, maybe 15 pages … Continue reading
I want to thank all the new people to this blog who liked, reblogged or commented on one of my posts or decided to follow me in the last week (or so). Visit their sites. They’re good people. Idlelore: The … Continue reading
Five pages down, 27 or so done total. Our nameless hero set off after the kelpie across the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (and I’m just going to handwave the fact that I don’t know what the terrain is … Continue reading
Two pages down, 22 pages total. What’s happened today? Our nameless hero’s back in the bar. It’s been several days, and apparently his face looks like a cubed steak. He begins to relate how his face got that way. The … Continue reading