Christopher G. Moore Updates: 3 October 2014

Dear Readers,

I am making progress on the second draft of the new Calvino novel. Another couple of weeks and it should be ready for the Beta readers. I have a few readers who devote time and effort to reading the second draft and spotting the errors and mistakes that inevitably accumulate like bad air in a mineshaft. By the time I crawl out of that mine, everything looks like coal dust.

This week I am writing about The Last Question. That is the title of an Isaac Asimov short story, which he said was his favorite story. When you read it (a link is in the essay) you will understand why he loved this story. I think you will love it, too.

Good reading the week ahead, and may you close your eyes, lay your head back, and think about your own answer to The Last Question.

You can find my essay here:

Best regards,


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