Acknowledgments and Such


Now that WISB is finally finished it’s time for one of those long winded thank you posts.
First, I’d like to thank anyone who has been reading this blog and the novel, even if you have never left a comment. I do check my sitemeter and there are several people who apparently stick around for a while and return at other times. Thank you for coming by and please leave a message some time.

Second, I’d like to thank Mr. Bramage for his support of the project. While I haven’t heard from you in a long while, I still must thank you for keeping me writing in the beginning.
I’d like to thank Alex of SmackJeeves for drawing all those lovely pictures including the one that is in this post and for being a one man cheering squad. I hope to see more of your art soon! Make me a new banner! And a logo! And something else that’s pretty!
Next I’d like to thank Imelda, Eva, and Calamire from TW for pushing me on to finish the novel even through the hardest times when my brain wanted to quit. Word Wars have been awesome!
And to anyone else that has come by here, read the novel, commented on it, linked me, or anything of that nature…thank you.

Thanks everyone! It’s been fun. Now to working on SOD!

About the Author:

Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric and Writing at Bemidji State University. He received his PhD in English from the University of Florida and studies science fiction, postcolonialism, digital fan cultures, and digital rhetoric.

2 thoughts on “Acknowledgments and Such

  1. I knew you could do those last two chapters in a day. šŸ˜€ CONGRATULATIONS!

    I started reading it this afternoon (for fun). I’m already halfway through chapter seven. That’s a mark of a darn good book.

    There’s still room for improvement, though, don’t you worry. I shall be delighted to get my hands on the edited version and rip it to pieces. šŸ™‚

  2. You say that as if there is going to actually be an edited version :P. I don’t know when or if I’ll edit it. At this point it’s still an experiment with a second book attached.

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