Catching up on what’s been going on for the last NINE months, including the name change, the launch of the video version, the launch of At Week’s End, and more! After that, it’s discussing my goals for the first quarter of 2019, and where I’m aiming to go going forward.
In this unscripted, personal episode, I talk openly, honestly, and at length about the things going on with my life, including the deaths in October and January, my physical and mental health, and the financial strain of both. I then talked about the plans for the future, including my plans […]
After almost two months away from the “air”, I get a bit emotional talking about October, then move on to my contemplations of “my why” and the future of my books. Due to the long stretch between episodes, I also tacked on my first NaNo 2016 update, pathetic though it […]
Lengthy hodge-podge episode with a big set of news and notes, an update on the status of The Girl in the Forest, and introducing a new project now underway: my first fairy tale retelling!
In this week’s hodge-podge of an episode, I share some info on the weight loss program I’m on, give updates on Aisuru and Deviations, and talk about the changes I’ve made to the show and my newsletter. I round out the episode with my September plans.
Right now, I have a lot going on around me that is generating stress. A lot of stress. Too much stress. It’s to the point I’m barely sleeping, I’m having eye twitches, unhappy digestive system, I’m snappy and moody, wanting to burst into tears at the drop of a hat, […]
Today I received a question via a survey on “What is currently your biggest road block in your writing career?” so I decided to share my answer here, slightly tweaked for better context. I would say it’s the discouraged feeling I have pushing me down right now. Seeing the complete […]
Longer than expected episode to give some brief Aisuru updates, my knee & a trip on the light fantastic (aka me and pain pills), Deviations revision progress, and updates on my reading.
As you’d no doubt expect from a writer, a read – a LOT, and I have a lot of books. There are well over 1,000 titles on my shelves and growing – I have so many books I had to put a special rider on my home owner’s insurance to cover […]