Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The Long Run is off ...

-- and available at Immunity.

Anyone wanting to volunteer to help proof Last Dancer, I'd appreciate the help. I just don't see this text any more. (For that matter, typos in the existing documents at immunity -- let me know. I'll correct them.)

There were two blogs I read daily until I ran across Steve Perry's blog, when it turned into 3. They're all in good shape lately --

Scott Adams on urine-drinking coal miners.
Steve Barnes on flying chickens.
Steve Perry links to a very cool website showing your "real age," sort of.

Coolest thing I've seen in a while -- very high-res photos from the latest Shuttle mission. Just outstanding.

7 comments:

Ken Prescott said...

Daniel,

Great on The Long Run coming onto Immunity--that was the novel that introduced me to you way back when. (Where does the time go, anyway?)

Dan Moran said...

Beats me. Having lunch with an old girlfriend sometime next month -- hoping she's not shocked by my appearance. Haven't seen her in over a decade, I think I still had hair the last time I saw her. (And both eyes, for that matter.)

jj sutherland said...

Dan,

Bless you for posting the Long Run. I'm finding learning Spanish both challenging and incredibly fun, but as I haven't learned any other tense than present yet, I'm stuck in the eternal now. And you know, I'm just not zen enough.

jj

Toby said...

Dan,
I'd be happy to help with the proof reading for The Last Dancer. I'm hesitant to leave an email address on a public webpage, how should I get in contact with you?

Dan Moran said...

Email me at danmoran909@yahoo.com.

quarkwright said...

I'd be more than happy to lend my eyes to proofreading.

email is quarkwright 2000 at yahoo dot com

no spaces.

joseph said...

Cool, thanks for posting The Long Run. I would help with proofing, but I don't trust my grammar. I am trying to fix that problem though.

TLR was also my introduction to your writing. Little did I know back then as a senior in highschool (1989-90) that I would eventually be able to communicate directly to you.

It's a funny world we live in.