Hearing Shakespeare's archaic language being recited -- no, performed -- like realistic conversations made all the difference to me. Suddenly, I had context.
A/N: This is what happens when you're supposed to be writing goofy poetry. Hearing the sound of a city's slumber I hardly want to sleep Bloodshot eyes and tired feet Are beckoned by her call All this mind wants is to rest But petulantly, she says no I close the pane Draw the blinds And … Continue reading “City’s Slumber Song”
Don't pray for me, please To save my soul from misery For your misery is my joy Though my joy may be your pain Don't pray for me, please As we're bound to disagree My truth may be but lies to you But these lies are the truth to me Don't pray for … Continue reading ‘Don’t Pray for Me’ Pleas
Why yes, I'm autographing my eBooks now. Autographed eBooks are cool. *straightens bow-tie* A couple of years ago, I discovered an interesting-looking site called Authorgraph, which provides a system for sending digital autographs to your e-reader, presumably to go along with your eBooks. I told myself that after I published my next book, I'd see … Continue reading Digital autographs? Digital autographs!
Alternatively titled: How to child-proof your copy of Sims 3, if you feel that's important to you. Why would a child be playing The Sims, you ask? The reality is, some children do. This game was purchased during a sale on Steam a few months ago; while it's usually priced way out of my budget, … Continue reading How to Allison-Proof the Sims 3
A/N: Exactly as the title suggests, this is the unfinished prototype that would later become Cliche. 😀 Looking at it a good four or five years later, I'm actually grudgingly impressed. Virginia West even had a typewriter before I separated her into Jen and Ryan. I don't think I even reread this before I set … Continue reading Proto-Cliche: “The Unfinished Work”
At long last, I'm happy to announce that Cliche by Allison Rose (that's me) and Aerin S. Grey (that's my amazing co-conspirator) is now available for purchase from Amazon.com and Amazon Kindle! (And if you're in the US feeling particularly generous, you can also get an autographed version of the book from my newly-formed Ecwid … Continue reading Cliche is out NOW!