About the Author

Glen Dresser is a novelist whose first book, Correction Road, was released in 2007 and shortlisted for the W.O. Mitchell City of Calgary book prize. He has also worked as a technical writer, information designer and web developer. He is currently focusing his efforts on his second novel and his first-born son, while assisting with UPPERCASE Magazine

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Writing Update: Researching egyptian deities...

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Montana circled around behind us then loped in front, trying to get the game to continue, and Claire flung her arms wide and stepped toward him, and he thrilled to the gesture of a chase, darting back and tearing around us. This continued all the way to the bridge, at which point he left us and trotted back to his porch. Perhaps he watched us all the way up the long path to the church, and saw where we disappeared into the brush. Perhaps he took note of the location and longed to go hunt for the stick. But he rarely crossed over the creek.

I'm finishing up a few last parts of the first section, including the long sequence that I had started working on yesterday. My research today was on vintage cigarettes, and particular the early 20th century trendy Egyptian Deities. 

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