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Category Archives: Writing
Let the record show, first of all, that my CPs are the best CPs. Look what they got me! They even gave me a card that made me all emotional. YEAH. I KNOW. Soooo. GUYYYYYS. I am SUPER HAPPY to … Continue reading
So writing a new blog post after a long hiatus (6 months? EGAD) is a bit like running into an ex in a public place, and damn but they look just as good as they did when you broke up … Continue reading
Last weekend, I went to Memphis! Which, for the record, is a really balls-long drive from the homebase. I didn’t really do many of the traditional Memphis Things–we hit Beale Street for long enough to grab lunch (BBQ=noms) and get … Continue reading
ALL HAIL GLEN COOK, THE MAN WHO INVENTED MY GENRE …and also other things. God, I love cons, you guys.
What do werewolves and writer’s block have in common? Neither of them exist. That being said, I have been experiencing technical difficulties with my current project. It’s a good idea, has a solid backstory and setting, and, I think, is … Continue reading