The full 2020 experience

Yesterday, I waited in line for two hours to get a Covid test I probably didn't need, seeing as we already know the S.O. has Covid. It was my first time getting a Covid test and, at risk of putting you off of getting one, I thought I would describe the experience. Waiting in line... Continue Reading →

An adventure, a request

Hello humans! I'm writing this post in the first week after my S.O. broke his foot and rendered himself temporarily disabled. Which reminds me: disability rights are human rights, because you will be disabled in some fashion at some point in your life, at least if you live long enough. Accessibility is important for this... Continue Reading →

Believing and the glass ceiling

Alright, this is a weird post for me. I've been feeling a little demoralized of late with writing stuff, for a variety of reasons, some logical, some the result of me comparing myself to others who are just in a very different place in their careers -- which, by the way, makes no sense. Cannot... Continue Reading →

Odds and ends

Hello, humans! I debated about doing a MystiCon recap here because I have been...very much feeling like taking a nap. Like really, a nap would be great. I took a brief break after the convention, but it wasn't long enough. So instead I decided to just do a general State of the Author post with... Continue Reading →

Vacation recap!

Hey folks! I meant to have this post done Friday, but I didn't so here we are. As previously mentioned here, I went on vacation for two weeks in June. I've been back at work for a little over a week now and things are finally starting to settle enough for me to find time... Continue Reading →

Life updates, adventures

I've been a little behind with things recently as I was dealing with a huge dayjob deadline at the beginning of May. It meant that I couldn't work on writing for about two weeks, at all, and things got a little hectic. So I'm playing catch-up for the next couple of weeks, and then I'm... Continue Reading →

Heroes and Dreamsnake

We've lost a lot of people in the past few years. Perhaps it just feels that way because there are so many other bad things, and so the losses hit harder. Perhaps it is just part of growing up. I've just recently entered my third decade. It's probably about that time. But you're never ready... Continue Reading →

Loss and telling you story

October is, in the traditions I was handed down, a month of joyful harvest. It is also a month of reaping. This is the month that fields die. It is the month where the veil grows thin, and the dead come to visit. The first book I ever finished I finished in the wake of... Continue Reading →

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