154,070 words. That's The Willful Inheritor as of the end of 2021. Of course, quantity does not speak for quality by any means, but this is my longest, most involved book. It's two Korinniads. It brings the total for Vacancy to somewhere around 383k words. That's, like, 25 and a half hours of reading for… Continue reading I Wrote “The End” Today
July is usually exciting. It's both my and Husband's birthday month, it's warm enough to go swimming and do other fun summer activities, and it's Camp NaNo, but in the midst of everything else going on in the world...well, you know. Regardless, I'm using the summer version of National Novel Writing Month to write, write,… Continue reading First Day of CampNaNoWriMo And I’m Feeling Introspective
Chris Fox, who I've written about before, posted a video recently asking this question: Why do you write? I love listening to videos and talks when I'm doing chores because it gets me in a creative mood, and this was no exception. It's short and sweet and motivating. Like most animals, humans are, I guess,… Continue reading Why Do You Write?
"Hey, kid, why are you so into all this macabre shit?" That's what my uncle asked me two years ago just about this, the spookiest, time of year. It really struck me for two reasons: 1) it's a very funny combination of words, and 2) wtf, for real @me "Why??" Mostly people don't ask me… Continue reading Blogoween Day 7 – An Introspection or Why Do I Love Spooky Stuff?