Content warnings: discussion of death and grief First, I have to take a moment to thank everyone who sent me such kindness during this difficult time. It really, truly means a lot. Second, I have to apologize for the delays in sending emails and review copies, as well as the delay in the second bookContinue reading “When Time Won’t Stand Still”
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What Happens in Dallas?
Apparently vampires. Or upyrs, rather, (derived from old Eastern European folklore) because why keep things simple? This is the story of how I wrote 30,000 words in one day, caught the world’s worst cold that somehow wasn’t even Covid, fought to save my cherry tomatoes, and saved a baby goat (in that order). It allContinue reading “What Happens in Dallas?”
Writing and ADHD
For years, I assumed I could only be good at one thing at a time. If I was competent at work, that meant I was falling apart at home, or vice versa. Juggling and prioritizing tasks is just not in the ADHD wheelhouse. Fortunately, or unfortunately, I was diagnosed with ADHD well into my lateContinue reading “Writing and ADHD”
ProWritingAid vs Grammarly
Shocking news, I know, but my grammar/spelling isn’t perfect. Hell, sometimes when I’m clocking in my first draft, fingers racing across the keyboard, my spelling can get as creative as an elf’s name in a fantasy novel. My day job is writing (ghostwriting, very spooky). My night job is writing (my own novels – evenContinue reading “ProWritingAid vs Grammarly”