Probably the most demoralizing thing I've had to do in the process of getting ready to self publish hasn't been staring at a blank page, hoping the words will come, it hasn't been editing out thousands of words at a time because those words were hot trash, and it hasn't been sending off that story… Continue reading The Horror Of Taking Headshots
If you've looked at my website lately, you've seen that I've done a little overhaul of the design. It's simpler now, and has a landing page rather than the blog featured because, Dear Reader, I'm getting ready to make you into an actual reader. Of a book. By me. O. M. G. The Korinniad is… Continue reading On The Road To Self Publishing
I'm just going to say it: I really enjoyed The Rise of Skywalker. Go ahead, blast(er) me for it, I don't care. The thing is, for the last five years, the only movies I've bothered to go to the theater for are Star Wars VII, VIII, and IX, Deadpool 1 and 2, Us, and Jurassic… Continue reading Episode IX
For the past two years, I've been working from home, and by "working" I mean writing and not making a damn cent. That all changes this year. I have a solid plan to release at least three books (self-published on Amazon) and produce at least three more drafts. Ideally, both of those threes will be… Continue reading 2020 Goals: My Year of Content
If you were with me last week, Dear Reader, you would know I wrote about my curiosity concerning what Fred Durst, lead singer of 00's rap/rock band Limp Bizkit, is doing now, and I discovered he's made a few movies including a brand new one starring John Travolta. As someone who loves both Grease and… Continue reading Fred Durst's "The Fanatic" – A Review (Kinda)
If you are unfamiliar with the sharp rise and steep decline of angry American rap/rock of the late 90s/early 00s, I simultaneously am in awe of, and feel sorry for, you. It was a weird time: people dressed in velour tracksuits, bright pink newsboy caps, and a lot of denim, and also the word "terrorism"… Continue reading What's Fred Durst Up To These Days?
I lost NaNoWriMo. I am a failure. A disgrace. A loser. And that's okay. At 46,663 words in 30 days, I have officially failed 2019's National Novel Writing Month, but I'm not upset at that. In fact, I'm damn proud of myself for both pumping out that many words (though that pride is actually a… Continue reading December Is For Losers
Here are my top five tips to get some of that precious time back so you can complete your NaNo project this Thanksgiving.
It's almost the end of 2019 which has personally been both an amazing and terrible year. It's going to end in a way I could have never expected, but not without National Novel Writing Month happening all around me, so I've decided for better or worse to take it on yet again. Someday I need… Continue reading A NaNoWriMo Update (Without An Original Post)
It's been a long time since I blogged, mostly because I have a lot of strong feelings about politics, but didn't want to share them here, so I said nothing. But this is my breaking point. Sorry, not sorry. I’ve wanted to have a baby for some time now. Husband and I have been married… Continue reading Questions On Georgia’s HB 481, The Heartbeat Bill