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!
I should be preparing for finals, but instead I'm writing this thing. First off, Cliche is coming along nicely. I had a little time, so for the past couple of days, I've been on CreateSpace, uploading my cover and interior files, getting their feedback, and tweaking them until I have something that we can both … Continue reading Writing Life Update, End of Spring 2018
I'm not really back to a normal posting schedule (don't know if/when I ever will be), but I have a small writerly progress update to share. During the midpoint of last year, I finished the first draft of Cliche and sent it off to some wonderful beta-readers. That was an exciting learning experience, and I'm … Continue reading Early 2018 Progress Update: Cliche, Beta-Readers Wanted (Again)!
I have good news: I've been on a roll with writing After the Fall. From May to August 2016, I'd managed to churn out several chapters in quick succession. It was an intense and exciting time, and I was hoping to finish the story before a certain significant milestone in my life. Unfortunately, that didn't … Continue reading Progress on After the Fall
I had so much fun in May participating in Cait (PaperFury) and Sky's (Further Up and Further In) Beautiful People meme for writers, that I've decided to join in again. This time, we're talking about my writing process (or lack thereof, haha)! How do you decide which project to work on? It's rare that … Continue reading Beautiful People #26 – Author Writing Process Edition
I recorded another small poetry collection called uncollectable, and as of today, it's available on Bandcamp for $2.50 USD. Give it a listen, if you'd like! For a while now, I've felt like some don't see me as a person, but rather, a something to be collected and put on display, like prized artwork. I … Continue reading uncollectable
Mild content warning: post features pictures of a somewhat skimpily-dressed anime character. I ran a poll on my Twitter page a few weeks ago for the theme of my next "Young Writer's Life According To..." post. It was a 50/50 tie between Tangled (which has a surprising variety of gifs) and my favorite anime, RWBY. … Continue reading The Young Writer’s Life According to RWBY: Beta-Reading Edition
In honor of my 3rd Bloggiversary, I decided to hold a Q&A session with my wonderful readers. Here are some of my favorite entries: What's your favorite genre to write in? My favorite genre to write will always be fanfiction. Not going to lie. But of the more serious genres (the ones I can write … Continue reading Answering Your Writerly Questions!
All this time, I said I was writing something, and you've all been very good in believing me. Now for some proof. 😀 Whenever he thinks I’m asleep, Dad takes this picture of my mother that used to hang on our wall out of the truck’s glove compartment and just stares as it, sadly. Tonight … Continue reading So, what *have* I been writing?
I really loved the blog theme I've been using until now, "Baskerville." I liked the multiple columns of posts that showed up on the front page - it was a very nice way of showing a lot on the screen at once in an organized fashion. However, readers I know personally complained that the post … Continue reading New Blog Theme