May Wrap Up: In Which the World is on Fire

Nationally and worldwide, May has been a rough month. There are crazy goofy things like murder hornets and monkeys escaping with COVID-19 (and monkeys on little motorbikes supposedly stealing children. I think this monkey thing is getting to my head cuz the other night I had a dream they were trying to get in my … Continue reading May Wrap Up: In Which the World is on Fire

Saturday Morning Post, Vol, 16

Another novel finished, another novel in the bag. (at least a first draft) I finished The Michigan Triangle this week, and that makes it my *digs out calculator* my 9th novel. The 6th first draft of a novel I've written in 4ish years. (I think I did that math right) UM, wow what? And how … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol, 16

Writing Like a Freight Train (I might kinda recommend it)

This is kinda of a long story so I'll try to sum up as nicely as possible. *ahem* A while back I had the idea to write a novel in a style I called "stream, of consciousness" or "brain dumping "(I know I know. That is basically pantsing but just bear with me alright). That … Continue reading Writing Like a Freight Train (I might kinda recommend it)

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 15

So I just found out about fiction ghostwriting this week...and I'm kinda weirded out? I understand ghostwriting for nonfiction. A lot of people with personal stories are necessarily writers, and need someone to work with them and yada yada yada. But fiction? I guess my question would be how much does the non writer put … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 15

Little Women 2019: I came, I watched, I had thoughts

Ok so I watched the 2019 Little Women. I expected to either have a really ANGRY review of how much I hated it, or a GUSHING review of how much I loved it. And I'm just....meh??? Like I don't have many feelings about it? There was a lot I really, really, really liked. And I … Continue reading Little Women 2019: I came, I watched, I had thoughts