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If you're looking for me over on Dreamwidth, I'm TKingfisher over there, or you can always find me at www.redwombatstudio.com

I'm on Twitter as @ursulav and Tumblr as tkingfisher, my Amazon author pages are here and here and I guess that's pretty much everything. If you need me, you can't throw a rock without hitting me online these days.

I've loved my time here and I'll be grateful forever for what it used to be. It kept me alive a few times. I love you all.

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Is there a reason so many people are mentioning DW migration today?

I can't speak for anyone else, but the site's gone weirdly buggy on me. I get comments to show up about one time in three, I can't hit "Visual Editor" instead of "HTML", can't get menus...it's probably just a temporary glitch, but figure it can't hurt.

There are also a feed of your tkingfisher tumblr and a feed of your ursula-vernon tumblr set up on livejournal. <looks faintly guilty>

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Yes, that's what I use. I managed to get a 'seed' account on DW, and can crosspost to, I think, 5 other sites. So I usually write the post on DW, and crosspost to LJ and (sometimes) InsaneJournal (yes, that still exists!).

I notice that other people have already mentioned the crossposting option, which I also use. But did you know that you can import all your LJ content (posts, comments, icons, and filters) into DW? It's very straightforward: go to your Profile page and select Organize/Import Content, and then just follow instructions. The initial import is likely to take quite a while, but after that you can stay caught up by running one every quarter or so, and that doesn't take nearly as long. (This is mostly to collect all the comments in one location.)

Have added you on the DW side -- I'm stardreamer there.

Is there any risk of harming the LJ journal we export from?

Link? Feeling lazy, but want to make sure I'm not missing anything...

Just checking in, it's been a quiet month or so. Are you doing ok? <3

Yup! Just was at a con and now mega-con crudded, so I've been unable to do anything more exciting than Twitter for about a week.

Thank you, will go and add you to my Dreamwidth.

Of note, I am reading "Summer in Orcus" on the Kindle and enjoying it greatly. Earlier I posted my daily brain dump and made note of the book and recommended you to my friends. I enjoy the journal style you do and the illustrated entries. I've read work on your website and am beginning on the books. Thank you for your delightful and enjoyable work - and serious gardening which I can no longer do but like reading what you're doing.

Welp ... I don't know if you'd even notice me going missing :) but just in case: The new user agreement has finally spooked me, so I'm about to delete my LiveJournal account and possibly quit reading it altogether. I'll still be checking Dreamwidth. *wave* *poof*

er where are you..

(Anonymous)
as an occasional but long time reader, where do I find the nice chatty blog entries now? of the three links two are going to author pages as meant and the first one is coming up as suspect connection....?

Sorry, am probably being dim

A wombat in a murder mystery?!

(Anonymous)
Ursula, I was startled to find a wombat in a murder mystery - "The Green Mill Murder" by Kerry Greenwood, who is Australian. The series of novels, of which this is the fifth, is set in Australia, in the 1920s. The lead character, "Miss Fisher," is a rich lady private investigator living in Melbourne. Netflix has produced a series of shows based on the books. I've become fan of Ms. Greenwood's style, as she casually drops things like this into the stories: "She had previously tasted police-station tea, but accepted a cup anyway." Reminds me of the sort of things Digger comes up with, which is one reason I've read her story from first cover to last panel twice.
"Wom," as his human calls him, is introduced on pages 140-141 (of the Poisoned Pen Press edition). He next appears, in a brief but important action, on page 151. His big "save the day" scene is on pages 165-167.

- Bob, just up the road in Cary

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