I Guess It’s Official – I’m Doing NaNoWriMo

Mursprise mursprise. I certainly didn’t expect this. I’ve been “meh” about NaNoWriMo for a couple of years, largely due to hating what I’m writing when I write it. (Seriously, HARSH hatevibes all over my computer. My poor, poor computer.) However, the timing is right. I’m starting a rebuild of an old project and, well, whyContinue reading “I Guess It’s Official – I’m Doing NaNoWriMo”

In Other News – Prepping for Archfiend Rewrite

I’m going to be revisiting the novel I was working on in 2007-2008, Archfiend. I’m starting small, with a book jacket synopsis. This is my first draft of it. ~ * ~ Biochemistry student Mia is experiencing the worst day of her life. Still reeling from a brutal argument with her sister Kate a weekContinue reading “In Other News – Prepping for Archfiend Rewrite”

Flash Fiction – “Hacking”

This is based on Chuck Wendig’s Friday Flash Fiction prompt. His model this week is X meets Y, and I pulled… “Snow Crash meets Discworld.” ~ * ~ She hovered over the battered steel behemoth for a while, watching. The sides of the ship were haphazardly riveted together, and sandy skiffs were locked onto theContinue reading “Flash Fiction – “Hacking””

TV’s Game of Thrones might be better than A Song Of Ice And Fire

Though after the 1st season, I never thought I’d say that. And until last night, I would still have held up the books as a better entertainment experience. TRIGGER WARNING: I’m talking a lot about the sexual violence in the story and in the show. I’m writing this after spending a lot of time thinkingContinue reading “TV’s Game of Thrones might be better than A Song Of Ice And Fire”