Tag Archives: chocolate

Beginning And Meaning To Go On

Kage Baker believed firmly in the adage “Begin as you mean to go on”. It’s a popular vow this time of year, of course. I know several people who made that their New Year’s resolution last night. It was certainly … Continue reading

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Resources

Kage Baker  was a hoarder of resources. We grew up in  houses lined with books, a great proportion of which were either structural supports  or insulation, via floor to ceiling bookcases. We were stunned (and a little creeped out) to … Continue reading

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Let Simple Carbohydrates and Plant Alkaloids Reign

Kage Baker loved chocolate. Anyone who knows anything about her, knows that. Her devotion to theobromos was not at all an assumed posture, either, nor an attitude she took on for the promotion of her Company stories. It was a … Continue reading

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Friday

Kage Baker always looked on Fridays as evaluation days. As the putative end of the work week – which mattered a lot more to her than anyone’s Sabbath – she regarded them as sort of general quality control days. She’d … Continue reading

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