I'm exhausted. I don't think I can hang on for 10 more days. Actually, I'm surprised I made it this far. Going into November, I knew it was going to be tough. We're moving at the end of the month and I had decided to do NaNo all while raising 2 toddlers. Even though I … Continue reading The Intersection of Toddler Mom, NaNoWriMo, and Moving is Exhaustion
I'm not a fan of autumn. Halloween is not a favorite holiday. But over 10 years ago I wrote this poem on a pumpkin. A Halloween Nightmare You’re one step away from the doorstep. You take that step and suddenly— You’re in a dark, forbidding forest. Branches wave in the frigid wind. They look like … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
I've spent months posting each chapter of Gates to Asphodel. Now that the last chapter has been posted, it feels strange to not have that one ready-made post, the one post each week I didn't have to put too much thought into. I have another story I don't intend on publishing that I do intend … Continue reading Gates to Asphodel Wrap-Up and NaNoWriMo 2018
As a reader, I'm all too familiar with the reading slump. As a writer, I think I've experienced several writing slumps over the years, but passed it off as not being able to justify being on the computer instead of studying/working/raising kids or just plain writer's block. Currently, I am not a student, not working … Continue reading That Writing Slump
Back in 2013, I stumbled upon a wonderful blog full of choose your own adventure stories. Jennifer M. Zeiger really hooked me! Today I am so honored and humbled to have a short story, The Letter, featured on her blog. Be sure to check it out and spend some time exploring her blog and stories. Oh, … Continue reading The Letter, A Short Story