Sonoran Desert Toads, an Update on The Somerton Man Case, and Novel Progress

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A toad sitting on the pavement.
Just look at that wonderful toad. I don't know if it's actually a Sonoran Desert Toad.

The desert toads are out and about because of Arizona monsoon weather—I can't remember the last time I saw a toad. It's probably been decades. My spouse managed to get this photo with a bit of zoom, so we didn't scare it.

What's New?

  • A new Behind the Scenes for Absolution is up at Languages, and a Friendly Coincidence. If you're new, be sure to start here. I threw my real-life friend into an immersive horror story. 😈
  • A while back, I wrote a briefing, Tamám Shud Case: The Mystery of the Somerton Man, and there's brand new evidence that just hit Australia. You can read the case overview at the link I just provided and then read the breaking news here and here. Spoiler: the Somerton Man may have been identified. Also, super secret images on Google Drive related to the case.
  • I'm back in the swing of novel editing, and things are moving along with the second draft of my first novel. Fancy.