This week, I’ve been planning and outlining. And — oh boy — this is the scariest part.
This video about how J.K. Rowling writes effective mysteries just popped up on my YouTube subscription feed, and I had to share it.
I have a feeling that this post is going to be short and sweet, since I haven’t slept all week and I can’t keep my eyes open…
Whoa… so, I was just sitting on the sofa after a day at my day-job, and I flicked on YouTube, and I saw Kathryn DeSinaasappelen’s February Monthly Goals video, and I was all like…
Hey, remember last week?
Well, this’ll be a super-quick update!
I’m on the cusp of sending a short story to an editor, and it’ll be the first time I’ve had a piece of creative writing reviewed by a professional. I have some feelings about this!
Woo-hoo! How about that for a bit of progress, then!
That’s the first week of 2018 done, then!
It’s the last day of 2017, and I’m sitting here reflecting on the year while I wait for a pot of coffee to brew. It’s easy for me to focus on the worst days. It’s natural, and we all do it. We’re all bad-news junkies. The important thing is to figure out how to change…
I wanted to share my personal highlights out of the entertainment industry in 2017. I’m going to skip a lot of the “obvious” stuff that you’ve all probably already heard of, and jump straight into the more independent and obscure stories I fell in love with.
I mentioned in my last update that I was going to work on a submission for Otter Libris’ MCSI: Magical Crime Scene Investigation anthology. It’s going… pretty well, I think!