Before anything else, I need to send a massive thank you to Stonewall Gallery for hosting the launch for Triad Blood. Michael is a saint, and I can't think of a better place to have wine, cheese (and cupcakes!) and to be surrounded by art and culture while folk suffer through listening to me speak. Seriously. … Continue reading Launch!
This isn't going to be my usual Writing Wednesday update of how the writing is going because, frankly, the writing hasn't been going very well at all this last couple of weeks. My application for citizenship was processed, and I have a test to write in two days, so I've mostly been using my free … Continue reading Writing Wednesday – Target Practice
Tomorrow, at what can best be described as "Oh-My-Gods O'Clock" I'll be at the airport awaiting my flight to the Saints & Sinners Literary Festival. I. Can't. Wait. For one, it's like a creative battery recharge. I get so much out of being around all the wonderful creative types, I cannot tell you. It's … Continue reading Writing Wednesday – Bags are Packed
After Sunday's post, I'm standing here in my wee blog looking at, well, a considerably larger number of people. I'm a little overwhelmed and really, really grateful to everyone being so damn polite an open to discourse and listening, and for that: thank you. Seriously. It matters so damn much. Of course, now you're here, … Continue reading Writing Wednesday – Hello, I’m ‘Nathan
It's been a great week. Not in the word-count department, for reasons that shall become clear, but in pretty much every other way. The word-count thing got derailed on account of two things: one was my birthday, and I had a grand time with some great friends and a board game. The other was … Continue reading Writing Wednesday – Proofs Postive
I had a blast yesterday working at After Stonewall during Pride, and it was a real joy to see our wee gay village full of people. The parade was rerouted this year and the new path is fantastic - it begins on one end of the gay village, loops around, and ends at the other … Continue reading Pride