- laylainalaska and kismetcity on Tumblr</a>
- Layla_in_Alaska on Twitter
- Layla M. Wier for romance
- Kismet - primarily Hunter's Moon (complete 340-page, full-color SF graphic novel); the sequel graphic novel, Sun-Cutter, updates on Mondays. See also the *projects: kismet tag and -comics: sun-cutter tag.
- Freebird - The book is available now! You can also read most of the archive online (all the original pages, but there's quite a bit of new material in the book). Updates and info can be found under the *projects: freebird and freebird tags (yes, my tags are a mess ever since my brief experiment in crossposting from Wordpress; I'll figure out a way to fix it eventually ...)
- The annotated Raven's Children is currently on hiatus and can be found at the *projects: raven's children and -comics: raven's children annotated tags.
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A week before the solstice, this is what sunrise looks like in Fairbanks … at 12:30 p.m.
And this is also as close as the sun will get to our house today. That’s actually the shadow of the hill behind our house, being cast on the hill across the valley.
The trees on top of our hill. This is a little misleading as it’s not actually the sun — it’s diffuse sunlight behind clouds. (Those are also shadowed clouds above the hill in the top picture, not a blue sky.)
Our house, which is really turning into more of a compound now that we have the shop too, all hunkered down beneath the weird wild winter sky.
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I've also been a busy bee on the site updates! There is now an RSS feed and Disqus comments are now on the main front page as well as in the archives.
I'm also in the process of adding a forum to the site. Around here we party like it's 2002! \o/ No, seriously … what made me decide to do this, or at least to TRY this, was coming across some really old Kismet development art that I would like to share with people, and realizing that I had no idea where to post it so that it could be seen and discussed. LJ would probably work, but I don't know if it's the best place to get an active discussion going. And I like the idea of having some kind of central discussion area. The advantage to a forum is that anyone can start a topic and we can talk about things other than Kismet. It might just wither away, but I would like to give it a try, at least. (Unless someone has a better idea? Which I am quite open to! Kismet also has a presence on tumblr and on Facebook, but neither of those are particularly active … which is my fault, I know, and I want to work on developing both of those, but there is also something appealing about going old-school for awhile.)
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This is the last month of the introductory special, with the Patreon rewards being available to all backers; starting next month it'll be the usual tier structure, with the goodies being for the $5 & up backers. However, I plan to release the December rewards to everyone each year, as a "thank you" for supporting the comic, and the sneak preview stuff released throughout the month in the Patreon activity stream will still be available to everyone at the $1 level and above.
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