All was quiet in the vale where Landsquid lived. For now, at least. You see, Landsquid’s neighbor and arch-nemesis, the Alpaca, would be over shortly. There was some sort of sports competition to be watched and, out of principle, they
I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “how do you punch a genre in the face?” The answer is: with great force. I love science fiction, don’t get me wrong. I am fond of several different subgenres, from space opera
I seem to be having a bit of an issue getting back into the swing of things post-conference. Brain overload, perhaps? Anyway, my apologies for this entry being so late. Hopefully everything returns to normal tomorrow. PPWC was a good
Last year, I went to my first writers’ conference – Pike’s Peak, down in Colorado Springs, CO. To summarize, I was terrified that I was either unprepared or would come out of feeling dejected, but I had a lovely time,
We’re not going to go a full grammar week this week, but I’ve had a couple of people ask me questions and I thought I would answer them periodically. We’ve all seen it (or had it done to us) a
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My husband and I are rather avid theater-goers. We have a season subscription at the local major theater complex for the big musicals that come through, and we supplement that by going to various local theaters’ (and occasionally high schools’)
How’s your writing gone lately, Squiders? Got lots done? Well, I’m here to derail that. Bwha. Hey, if I can’t focus, why should you? If you need a break, why not try one of these time wasters? 1. Social Media
April: not a bad month, literarily. All the writing challenges you could ever want, plus a celebration of that most elusive of literary forms. Ah, poetry. Done right, it can give you a feeling, a memory, put a ray of
I feel your pain. Even I have to think about these, most of the time, and I think grammar all the time. (“Hey, I just got an email from my grandmother, and she really should have used a comma there.