Me

Well, December’s Here, And I Failed

But only by a little. 43,785 - That's how many words I ended up either revising, rewriting, or straight up newly drafted during November. I'm taking the old Vacancy serial and revamping it for a trilogy of novels and thought I'd use NaNo to help track my progress. I didn't take it as seriously as… Continue reading Well, December’s Here, And I Failed

Me

The End of A Non-Existent Summer

Labor Day signifies the "end" of summer in much of the US. A last hurrah, usually marked with a party doing outdoor, summery things a final time before settling down into the coziness of fall. (Unless you live in the southern US where it will be summer for at least another month, if not two.)… Continue reading The End of A Non-Existent Summer

The Korinniad

Welcome, Fall & Korinniad Reviews

Well, not technically yet, but autumn is just around the corner, and September just feels like fall, doesn't it? I mean, not in the southern US where it's still in the high 80s with 90% humidity every damn day, but the word certainly evokes something like steaming teacups and spooky creakings and cool breezes. Another… Continue reading Welcome, Fall & Korinniad Reviews

Writing

December Is For Losers

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