Here in Boston, Hurricane Sandy didn't do too much damage that we could see. The public transportation stopped running during the second half of Monday, and there was a lot of wind and rain that evening. But in the end, things were more or less back to normal the next day. Just a few fallen branches. We never even lost power at our home or work--although not everyone in the Boston area was so lucky, and I'm not sure even now whether all the power outages have been resolved. It continued to rain on Tuesday--we had a pretty heavy thunderstorm in the evening--but overall we were pretty lucky.
New York, though, is another story. There were floods, power outages, fires. Sandy was everything New York feared it would be, and more. Continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Barring any further storm impacts, Kristin and I, and our friend Max Gladstone (whose book, Three Parts Dead, has just come out--Go! Buy!), will be carpooling to Toronto for World Fantasy on Thursday. Let us know if you'll be there.
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