Sparkling. That’s one of the things I miss about snow. During a clear day, the light is blindingly bright. It becomes impossible for pale eyes to see. On a moonlit night, the crystal landscape turns an eerie blue, mixed with
In the last week my feeds have been filled with certificates and relieved exclamations of “I won NaNoWriMo!” This is quickly followed by clarifying statements of, “But I still have about 30,000 words to finish the story.” It feels like
I’m slowly moving back to my traditional goal posts (courtesy of my intense superhero braces). With that in mind, let me highlight recent developments. Last week I published the first chapter of Stakes. If you have not downloaded it, please
I’ve been thinking a lot about seeing colors in a world of black and white. It is something I struggle with personally, and I see others doing the same. It’s a struggle because it’s easier to stay in clear boundaries.
I have many thoughts and feelings around November 13, 2015. They’ve been running around my head, struggling to take shape. To carve them into understanding, I write for you. I have written about it before, but I say again –
Yesterday was my birthday so I didn’t have an opportunity to put together a blog post. Instead I did adult things, like drink beer and watch Daniel Craig in a suit. Still, belated is better than never. Birthdays get me
As we begin NaNoWriMo, I thought it might be interesting to talk about themes in writing. As a writer, I need to talk about social issues. In my changeling work-in-progress, that means talking about difference and self acceptance. It used