It's near the end of November, which means it's almost December, which means it's almost Advent and Christmas is not far off I'm REALLY NOT trying to stress you out here. If you're like me, you have started to think about Christmas presents (well, I've started thinking about them back in August so whatever). Like … Continue reading What to Buy that Writer in Your Life for Christmas
A few days after Christmas, my sister and I were sitting by the Christmas tree. All the house lights were on dim, snow was outside, lights were twinkling. We both had gotten a big old anthology. Her's was on Russian children's stories, mine was of British fairy tales. She read out loud one from mine. … Continue reading Old Fairytale Finds
Christmas has been great, let's hope 2017 has some good times in store. I will be starting some new things in January. I will be charging full-speed ahead for June. I plan to have a first draft of the Red Dream completed by then. With that I want to introduce the Green Crow Trilogy's (Yes, … Continue reading Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
So yeah. I didn't make it. I got to 27,000 and got stuck. Fine. I kind of quit. A weekend of a crazy busy work/Nutcracker schedule sealed the deal for me. But that's alright. Trial and error, right mateys? I still finished half a novel in a month, which usually would have taken me several. … Continue reading What I Learned from Nanowrimo
(Sorry. Holidays. Christmastime takes priority) The forest was dark and thick like it had been before. Damp and cold. I could hear the crows above us, flying in circles. Sometimes they would land on the tree branches, high up where they bent under the crows’ weight. We headed straight, at least I hoped we were … Continue reading The Moor, Part XVIII (I’m not dead, presumed or otherwise)