Martha Wells (marthawells) wrote,
Martha Wells
marthawells

I'm hoping I can get some work done today, since it hasn't been going well lately. Mostly because I'm hitting that middle-of-the-book slog.

On Faceplace, I was talking about Tasha and her lair in the corner of the dining room where she stores all the bug legs, lizard tails, and other bits of small moving things she's hunted down in the house and killed. Latest victim was a wasp, dead but still intact and very carefully arranged. If Tasha was a human, she would be the serial killer from Saw.


Tasha last Halloween

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Writer friends from Austin visited the Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection at the Cushing Library, at Texas A&M University, the fourth largest collection in the US, and the Hundred Years Hence exhibit.

No Fear of the Future: Sci-Fi Excursion to College Station

Nicky Drayden: Writer’s Life: A Three-Hour Tour, A Three-Hour Tour

I posted about the exhibit's opening last spring here and a visit a couple of years ago to the collection's stacks here.
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