I'm not a big podcast person; this is my preface. I don't even like being read aloud to, so I'm not going to listen to a podcast just to have droning noise on in the background or something. I certainly can't listen to podcasts while writing and listening to them on the subway can be … Continue reading Podcasts
Last week, my writing friend Krystal Jane Ruin posted an Author Tag video on her YouTube channel. The questions were fun, so I've decided to answer the author tag here on ze blog because I ain't about to film myself. Because clearly, as the pretty quote below says:Here is Krystal's cute video:Question 1: Where is … Continue reading Author Tag
As a budding history nerd and confirmed bookworm, little Sunflower Michelle read (in this relative order):--a series of paperback (I remember the covers were blue) biographies of historical figures. There was JFK, from boy to man. Abraham Lincoln. Washington. Martin Luther King, Jr. Benjamin Franklin. What the hell was the name of that series anyway? … Continue reading Passing Books On
It's time for June's IWSG post! The IWSG posts every first Wednesday of the month. June's co-hosts are: JH Moncrieff, Madeline Mora-Summonte, Jen Chandler, Megan Morgan, and Heather Gardner!Did you ever say "I quit"? If so, what made you come back to writing?When I graduated college, although I was exhilarated to be a college graduate, I was also feeling pretty burnt … Continue reading IWSG: June
This is a scene from my current mess-in-progess, The New Bride of Banner's Edge. The Serpentine was a river in Hyde Park. Well, that is, it was called a river, when in reality it was simply an odd-shaped lake. But on a clear, blue-skied afternoon where the May weather was fully a warm enough spring … Continue reading Snippet Time!