Anyone who has been a part of publishing knows the whole "hurry up and wait" thing that happens. Tight deadlines drop right before months of radio silence, and then all of a sudden it's back to "I need this yesterday." It's just a part of the way things work, and as much as you try … Continue reading Writing Wednesday — When it Rains
Last month I struggled with submitting my goal of "one thing a month" but I pulled it off at the last moment. This month, I've still not sent anything off yet, but there's a week left. Also? I got a rejection, so, y'know. The writer's life. That said, this month I've been working on line … Continue reading Writing Wednesday — Submit!
My husband and I joke that January and February are actually one long month called "Suckuary." And as January ends today, I'm there. There are so many good things happening right now. For one, today and tomorrow are the last two days of #KrakenFriends2018 (did you check that out yet?) and it's been awesome seeing … Continue reading Writing Wednesday — Suckuary
It's Wednesday again, so it's time for a public check-in on the whole writing thing. It's been a good week, but I'll be putting both Triad Magic and "Faux Ho Ho" on hold for a little bit while I get through the edits on Of Echoes Born. Because, yes, I have the edits! I'm so … Continue reading Writing Wednesday — When The Story Doesn’t Work
So, Monday I collapsed. I turned out to be nothing major, which is of course the most important thing. But it was frightening at the time (especially for my husband, who had to watch it happen), but it turned out that the migraine I'd had on Saturday left me dehydrated, I already have low blood … Continue reading Writing Wednesday — Faint
Gah. (I originally tried to say all this without spoilers, and I give up. Spoilers for Star Trek: Discovery.) So, last night, the husband and I were watching a television show we've really been enjoying. A significant part of really enjoying this show for us? A out, open queer couple who obviously love each other, … Continue reading Writing Wednesday — Bury Your Trope