What a great day! She's All Thaumaturgy is finally here! The stupid concept I came up with at least three years ago to mash up a sword and sorcery setting with She's All That has come to fruition! The ebook is available here on Amazon, but I implore you to wait until tomorrow to pick… Continue reading My Second Novel Is Live!
In anticipation of She's All Thaumaturgy coming out on the 28th, I created a couple images on Canva of some quotes from the book. This was another fun little creative exercise that wasn't word-heavy but did get me in the mood to write. Remember, you can still grab a free copy of the ARC of… Continue reading Quotes from She’s All Thaumaturgy
It is finally out in the open. The truth. The freezing, solid veracity. I am a faker, an imposter, a montebank! And if you are reading this now, I must apologize, for I am swindling you this very instant. You see, you are reading these words, and I have written them, but lo, I am… Continue reading I Am A Fraud
What a weird, busy week and a half it's been. It's felt only like half a week, but somehow ten days got crammed into what felt like four, and here I am on a Wednesday feeling like it should be last Wednesday, and Memorial Day weekend is still coming up even though it just passed.… Continue reading An Evolving Revision Process
The ebook is available 5/8 through 5/12 for FREE on Amazon! If you missed it the first time or are just finding out about it now, you can snag The Korinniad, a romantic comedy set in ancient mythological Greece, for FREE on Amazon Kindle from May 8, 2020 through May 12, 2020. Just CLICK HERE… Continue reading Get The Korinniad For Free!
I reached the halfway point in my camp project yesterday, just over 25k words, two days ahead of schedule. I have to say, after a shaky start, this feels damn good. And even better than how the word count feels is the plot itself. Vacancy has always been silly and loose, so in a way… Continue reading CampNaNoWriMo April 2020 – Halfway There
It's finally April, a month I've been looking forward to (and also dreading a little) all year. When I planned out my 2020 writing schedule, I used the National Novel Writing Months as a framework for my first drafts. April, July, and November are all for drafting, while the other months are for brainstorming, plotting,… Continue reading April CampNaNo Kickoff
(see what I did with the title there, oh, so clever am I, hehehe) I care about most companies's response to COVID-19 about as much as you care about my response, but since you're here, I guess I'll tell you how I'm coping. Basically, I am fine. I already work from home and have for… Continue reading Novel (and) Coronavirus
Bored? Trapped inside? Need an escape? Here's the first chapter of The Korinniad, for your reading pleasure: CHAPTER I Sing, O muse, of that ancient landWhere heroes did toil and win,And grant this scribe a passing glanceAt the life of our heroine. Thriving—or not!—amongst mortals,Monsters, and many-numbered gods,The tale of a simple maidenWith purpose and… Continue reading The Korinniad – An Excerpt
I woke up to pee at about 1am on Wednesday. A normal occurrence, frequent even given my tiny bladder and penchant for hydration, but then this middle of the night wee ended up anything but normal as it sparked a four plus hour long clean up of my internet presence. A friend had texted me… Continue reading Getting Hacked Sucks (And Other Observances)