9 Wonderful Reasons to Celebrate Read an eBook Week

In case you haven’t heard, Read an eBook Week runs from March 7th to March 13th this year. While I do not believe print and eBooks are in an epic battle to claim the hearts and minds of readers, there … Continue reading

This Apology Goes Out to All My Potential Readers on Amazon

…and any existing readers of my other series who wanted to check out The Steamship Chronicles through the free first book. I recently discovered Secrets, Book 1 of The Steamship Chronicles, was $0.99 on Amazon. It stayed free on all … Continue reading

The Fifth and Final NaNo 2020 Progress Report

The National Novel Writing Month (NaNo) has been a staple for me ever since I wrote the first draft of Shafter in 2004. I’ve finished as early as on day five and as late as within 10 minutes of the … Continue reading

The Fourth NaNo 2020 Progress Report (A Breakthrough!)

This NaNo was a near thing, or rather, my participation was this year. I haven’t missed a single year since I started, but it’s been getting rough. I failed to complete my 50k for the first time two years ago, … Continue reading

The Third NaNo 2020 Progress Report (Still Learning Things)

As of Thursday 11/12: I’m making this note to myself on Thursday 11/12, but I’m hoping there will be more good days than bad going forward. If you followed my NaNo posts last year (or two years ago?), I discovered … Continue reading

Rebelling Against National Novel Writing Month…Again

When I reviewed my National Novel Writing Month (NaNo) posts from last year, I had to laugh. The description, especially at the end of the month, is what I decided to do this year. The only difference is in making … Continue reading

Post-NaNo 2019 Ruminations

This year has been rough, and I know I’m not the only one to feel that way. By the time NaNoWriMo (NaNo) rolled around, I had broken pretty much every pattern I used to keep moving forward and was a … Continue reading

Making NaNo Work Around My Disability in 2019

I normally spend the month of November talking about NaNoWriMo or (inter)National Novel Writing Month (NaNo for short), and I may write about it a little or a lot. This year, we’re in the final week–rather the final days–and I … Continue reading

To Wish on a Love Knot Appears in the Migration Anthology from Queer Sci Fi + Giveaway

Other Worlds Ink | Amazon | iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | QueeRomance Ink | Goodreads I don’t write many flash stories, and 300 words is even shorter than most flash (which are up to 1,000 words). Imagine … Continue reading

BayCon 2019 Con Report, Part 2 – Behind My Scenes

To see the traditional report for 2019, go here. This year’s BayCon was a strange one for me, and my expanded con report below reflects this, which is why I’m prefacing it with why. There is some duplication where my … Continue reading