My best friend and I have a running joke about my "writing archives" and how I'm leaving it up to her to figure out what to do with them. Don't forget about the Twitter and the blog and the ebooks while you're at it, Bestie.(Or did we decide that the digital stuff was Jessi's job? … Continue reading My "Writing Archives"
Last time, I wrote about how fandoms converge and how weird that is. It almost feels serendipitous. I have a lot to say overall about my weekend in Boston--because Boston when it's summer and sunny and you are over drinking age with a credit card is very different from trudging through Boston in two feet … Continue reading Moulin Rouge! The Musical at the Emerson Colonial Theatre
If I have any kind of mission statement when it comes to the things I want to write, it boils down to: historical fiction from a diverse, female, or some sort of "other" perspective.Some people I've come across in my life have acted like my very existence could only be a modern thing."But you're Irish and … Continue reading My Writing Mission Statement
Happy Birthday to You!Happy Birthday To You!Happy Birthday, dear blooo-oogg...Happy Birthday To You!So, seven feels like a pretty momentous number of years to be blathering on about nothing on the Internet.Of course, in that time I've gone from posting Book the First to making all the lurches and adjustments as a writer as you write … Continue reading Happy 7th Birthday, Sunflower’s Scribbles!
1. It's really bizarre when you cough so hard you lose your voice.2. The good thing is, I'm a writer and I can write whatever I want to say and it comes out better than when I say it. It's very convenient for times you lose your voice. Unfortunately, it won't do me much good … Continue reading Fear of the Short