I’m hesitant to share this now because it’s the first fiction I’ve shared on this blog. I don’t want people thinking I’m still this bad at writing. But, I love reading posts like this, so I’m doing it anyway. In … Continue reading →
Beautiful books is a meme hosted by Cait @paper fury and Sky @further up and further in in which writers discuss their current writing projects. This time the theme is “Introducing your NaNoWriMo Novel.”
Since I’m not participating in NaNoWriMo this November, I’ve opted to write about the first draft I wrote last summer. Continue reading →
4thewords is a site that aims to make writing into a video game. It accomplishes this through users battling monsters and completing quests through writing words.
The game provides a variety of monsters to be defeated by writing a certain number of words in a given time period. Both these and the quests can be ignored by clicking on the “write” menu tab instead of the “play” menu tab if a user chooses to focus on writing instead of the game. Continue reading →
Beautiful People is a monthly writing meme hosted by Cait @Paper Fury and Sky @Further up and Further in in which writers answer questions about their characters. Except this month, in which we’re answering questions about our writing process instead. Continue reading →
Beautiful People is a monthly writing meme hosted by Cait @Paper Fury and Sky @Further up and Further in in which writers answer a series of questions about one of their characters. This month I’m talking about Lyle, a character from a … Continue reading →
Reading Between February and March, I read six books, a novella, and an anthology. Title The Three Body Problem Short Synopsis Science fiction novel featuring China’s cultural revolution, a high tech video game, and aliens. Thoughts Slower paced than I … Continue reading →