Man, dreams were great when I was younger. They were insane and fun and had great atmosphere. Most of my dreams as an adult are alternately about boring things or nightmares about things happening to other people I am responsible
Squiders, you would not believe how long it has taken me to get this written. My community has gone through a lot in the last week, and while we’re working toward getting back to “normal,” it has been draining, physically,
Tuesday took a distressing turn around these parts, so I’ve not felt up to doing much these last few days. I did draw you a Landsquid though. I’m not sure whether we’ll be back on Tuesday or not. Thank you.
The small, mobile ones and I had a full day on Saturday, but managed to get to Free Comic Book Day at our local coffee shop/comic shop/game shop around 9 am, meaning we beat most everyone and still had a
Another month, and I’m still keeping up with WriYe, which may be a miracle. April was really good from a productivity standpoint, and I’m almost done with revising the nonfiction books (and writing the parts I didn’t blog) and creating
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