nanowrimo

April CampNaNo Kickoff

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

Writing

The Korinniad – An Excerpt

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

Writing

How Long Should My Chapters Be?

I made another AuthorTube video for this week, but I also thought I'd doctor up my script to make a post. If you'd rather watch this blog, scroll on down and go to YouTube, or you can also just keep reading if you find my voice as annoying as I do. So, a question that's… Continue reading How Long Should My Chapters Be?

Writing

Getting Hacked Sucks (And Other Observances)

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)

Writing

Art & Anxiety

This week has been one of the best and one of the worst. On one hand, I've completed something that I'm incredibly proud of, and I've put it out into the world. And on the other hand...I PUT IT OUT INTO THE WORLD! https://giphy.com/gifs/parks-and-rec-nbc-leslie-knope-10ABvIA9IM29tC That's the eternal struggle. I want to dedicate my life to… Continue reading Art & Anxiety

Self Publishing, Writing

The Korinniad Is Here!

The Korinniad is available right now on Amazon as an ebook and in print! Get it now! Do it! Download it! Make a writer's day! And from 2/2/20 - 2/7/20 The Korinniad will be FREE to download on Kindle! If you've been following me for a while, you've probably seen me mention this project, not… Continue reading The Korinniad Is Here!

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

Vacancy Podcast

Where To Listen To Vacancy

I've been using Anchor.fm to distribute Vacancy as a serialized audio drama, and that platform has been amazing. It makes publishing incredibly easy, keeps stats for me, and distributes my cast out to seven other platforms! Anchor Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Breaker Castbox Overcast Pocket Casts RadioPublic   Just to be blear, this isn't sponsored… Continue reading Where To Listen To Vacancy

Vacancy

Vacancy – 1.17 – What They Were Looking For

Vacancy is an ongoing web serial. Find out more about it and start reading here. Lorelei nudged the door open again, her candle illuminating the hall and the watery footprints. “Should we assume whoever left these is responsible for this no light situation?” Conrad grimaced but nodded, “Most likely.” “They look small.” There were no… Continue reading Vacancy – 1.17 – What They Were Looking For

Vacancy

Vacancy – 1.13 – Feral

Vacancy is an ongoing web serial. Find out more about it and start reading here. You can also listen to this episode here. Lorelei immediately didn’t like the look of them. When they let the double doors slam behind them, the largest of the three strut up the front desk, a tattoo on his neck… Continue reading Vacancy – 1.13 – Feral