The Skill List Project: Index

Okay, I’ve thought for a month, and I can’t think of any other subject this project should address. I’m sure there’s a lot of stuff I’d change if I did this again, or if I ever get around to rewriting it…but like all writing projects, there comes a time when you have to say, “Enough,” and move on to the next thing.

So, “Enough.” Almost.

Just to have everything summarized neatly, I’m going to end with an index of all the postings in the series. That will make life easier for anyone who wants to read the whole shebang (and will also make it easier for me to find if I need to do so in future).

Here we go.

That’s it. Thanks to everyone who read as I went along, and thanks to all those who submitted comments.

Now, on to the next thing.

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James Alan Gardner

James Alan Gardner got his M.Math from the University of Waterloo with a thesis on black holes...and then he immediately started writing science fiction instead. He's been a finalist for the Hugo and Nebula awards, and has won the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award as well as the Aurora award (twice). He's published seven novels (beginning with "Expendable"), plus a short story collection and (for street cred) a Lara Croft book. He cares deeply about words and sentences, and is working his way up to paragraphs. Visit site.



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