Two young men fall in love. Then, something awful happens.
Hello, dear reader! For those of you who don’t know, I finished writing a sci-fi book. I finally figured out the title, which I’ll keep a secret until I’m ready to publish it. I’m enjoying typing out what I’ve written, and have found that my chapters are much longer than I remember. (No wonder IContinue reading “On Editing a Book”
I’m almost done with my moss stitch lap blanket. Several months–and many books later–I’m steadily knitting and purling my way towards the end of my afghan. It’s been a new challenge for me, because it’s been years since I tried following a pattern. The projects I normally did in the past were scarves, where IContinue reading “Afghan Blanket Update!”
Hello, there! Recently, I’ve been listening to the podcast Write Now by Sarah Werner. In one of her podcasts, she talks about forming writing goals and sticking to them. One of her suggestions is to pick a number, like a certain number of pages, or a certain word count, and sticking to this reasonable goal.Continue reading “Writing Goals 2020”
Two angels are bowed reverently on the red curtain. The curtain almost looks like a tapestry, or a mural on a wall.
Sam’s an astronaut, and just two weeks before he’s due home, he starts to hallucinate.
Hello, there! I want to break some millennial traditions during my lifetime. I don’t just want to live with my boyfriend someday, I want to marry him. He’s my best friend, my steadfast love, someone I can count on to be with me through thick and thin. I want a ring. Someday, maybe, I’ll haveContinue reading “Breaking Millennial non-Traditions”
I do listen to other bands than just Blue October. I love indie rap, Rammstein, Blind Guardian, Imogen Heap, Atmosphere, Dessa, Doomtree, and tons of scores by famous composers like John Williams, Philip Glass, and some up and coming composers, like Hildur Gudnadttir. I hadn’t heard of her until I watched the show Chernobyl whichContinue reading “New Music Downloads”
Today, I’m working on finishing the sci-fi novel I started a year ago. It feels weirdly surreal that I’m going to be writing the last chapter, the last sentence, and the last words shared between my two male leads. Their relationship has grown as I’ve grown in numbering my pages, to the point where itContinue reading “On Finishing Writing a Book”
I’ve read Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner several times. I actually listened to the stories on cassette tape to fall asleep when I was a teenager. I don’t recall the narrator, but I remember the stories quite well. I grew up watching The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, which is a showContinue reading “Winnie the Pooh”