The third in a brief collection of old stuff and new stuff you shouldn’t miss from around the Internet, according to me. And this is my website, after all, isn’t it?
The second in a brief collection of old stuff and new stuff you shouldn’t miss from around the Internet, according to me. And this is my website, after all, isn’t it?
This week, some things I’ve enjoyed or made me think or want to share: 3 poems, 2 nonfiction essays, 1 song and 1 word.
“Warchild” by Karin Lowachee is like a meandering Ender’s Game meets book five Harry Potter–you remember, the one where he was angsty all the time.
I don’t know when we are counting the pandemic as officially beginning here in the States, but whatever, I made it until December 2020 without getting a COVID-19 test.
Since COVID-19 came to town, things have been different. Some parts of my life took on a more important impact and some things have fallen off my radar almost entirely. Also, some poetry inside.
A code gremlin stopped by this weekend and changed by writing goal to something more reasonable!
It’s been a while since I last posted, so let’s catch up! I’ve read 13 books, written a short story, and I’m training for a triathlon.
I attended Capclave on Saturday, September 29, 2018. I’ve been to only a couple writing conferences, so I wasn’t sure what to expect from this one. I heard about it through my writing group, and was excited to check it out.
It won’t come as a surprise to anyone, but living with untreated sleep apnea is exhausting. Unfortunately, treating sleep apnea can be pretty annoying, too.