• Forward Movement = Progress

    So last week started out okay and then fell flat again. I wrote a short something for Medium and that was it.  I have an idea for a patreon story I can start. And that might have been the problem there – not having a plan. And I didn’t even open the nonfiction project, so…

  • Print on Demand

  • February and March Reads

    I read 14 (!) books in February and 10 in March. Since this is two months in one, we’ll just get right into it. -February-The Broken Girls by Simone St. JamesA great book. A ton of mystery and dark corners to keep you reading and your skin crawling. I loved how it went back and…

  • Don’t Call it a Comeback

    Better this week. And I’m going to attempt to do a little more work and I’ve written out a schedule to hopefully keep myself from fizzling again.  Good news, my website is fixed and so is the mailer lite issue. With that weight off my back, I feel like I can breathe again. And I’m…

  • Who’s your favorite demon? (Newsletter)

    First Drafts are the Worst This month I’ve started on a new project. I’ve titled the document “The One with the Demon,” but I have no idea what the actual title is going to be. That’s always the hardest part for me. But it’s been coming along nicely. I’ve written a couple thousand words and I…

  • All Hail the AI overlords

  • A Forever Home (Newsletter)

    I wish I had a Forever Home So, we moved into a new rent house last year. It’s a really great house. And I really thought we’d be here for a few years. But because of circumstances out of our control, we’ll be moving again this year.  Moving is literally my least favorite thing. Packing.…

  • February Stress

    Caught up some, but still a little behind. We’re moving in 8 days. Ugh. So, this week I have my to do list, but I’m putting zero pressure on myself to get it done. And it’s way less than any other week. I need to get our house packed and cleaned this week so we…

  • This Book is Crack

  • The Only One Left Deep Dive

    This book was my favorite read of January. Riley Sager is a fantastic weaver of words. I’ll never get tired of reading their work. I went into this one blind – as I usually do – and had no idea what I was expecting. And that mood continued throughout almost the entire book. I wasn’t…