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Keillor Nails It

Garrison Keillor (of the radio show A Prairie Home Companion) hits the nail straight on the head when he says “Writers, Quit Whining.” If anyone out there catches me complaining about what I do for a living, feel free to give me the metaphorical smack upside the head.

Even on its worst days, writing novels and creating games makes me one of the luckiest people around. That’s not meant as a boast but an expression of gratitude. Many thanks to all of you who buy my games and books and make it possible for me to make a living at this wild and crazy excuse for a career. I couldn’t do it without you!

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  1. You realize, of course, that I’m insanely envious. A beautiful and loving wife, a great family, a gorgeous old house, and then you have to top it off with an amazingly cool career.

    If you weren’t such a good friend, I think I might have to hate you for all that. 😀

  2. You realize, of course, that I’m insanely envious. A beautiful and loving wife, a great family, a gorgeous old house, and then you have to top it off with an amazingly cool career.

    If you weren’t such a good friend, I think I might have to hate you for all that. 😀

  3. Thanks, friend!

    I could enumerate the ways in which my life is far from perfect, but that would fall smack under whining, I think. I will point out that we will have to leave the gorgeous old house behind sometime soon. Only one bathroom for seven people won’t cut it for much longer. 😉

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    Thanks, friend!

    I could enumerate the ways in which my life is far from perfect, but that would fall smack under whining, I think. I will point out that we will have to leave the gorgeous old house behind sometime soon. Only one bathroom for seven people won’t cut it for much longer. 😉

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