A few weeks back we talked about getting back into podcasts, and I mentioned three I was listening to and enjoying. Well, squiders, the whole thing has been a mistake. By which I mean, it’s become a huge time sink.
I’ve reached that point in the project where you starting wanting to write other things than what you’re writing. Which is ridiculous, for a couple of reasons. I’m not that far into any of the projects I am working on.
Here’s a question. How do you go to two writing meetings at the same time? Or, perhaps more pressing, why would I schedule two writing meetings at the same time? Well, the answer to that is easy, and that is
As a part of the writing/career class I’m taking, the teacher advocated against doing a ton of research/worldbuilding, instead focusing on what’s interesting and what’s important. On one hand, yes, this can be a horrible, slippery slope, where one disappears
I like podcasts, squiders, at least in theory. The biggest issue is finding time to listen to them (or remembering to listen to them). I don’t commute, so I don’t have transportation time. Sometimes I’ll remember to turn one on
Afternoon, squiders. The big, mobile one has ANOTHER virtual school day today. I am considering strangling whomever decided that making a parent stay home and teach their child instead of doing a delayed start like EVERY OTHER SCHOOL IN THE
Hooray for April, squiders. The consignment sale is over, the festival is this weekend (and will happen whether or not I do anything specific), and we can focus on being as productive as possible in these last few weeks before
I got a disturbing email from one of the other authors I follow, Holly Lisle, this morning, concerning Patreon. We all know Patreon, right? It gives people the ability to give some amount of money to creators (musicians, artists, writers,
New month, squiders, new blog circle questions over at WriYe. Why did you start writing? That is quite the question, if you think about it too hard. What do we count as “writing” in this case? Do we count the