First off, to my friends in the path of the storm: beer is just as important as water and flashlights and batteries. Also, stock up on Starbucks instant Via…because when you are the only person who can make a decent cup of coffee, you’ll be the most popular kid on the block. Stay safe. Hurricanes
I bought a bed! This might not seem like a huge, momentous event, but in the history of my life, I’ve never actually bought my own bed. My beds have either been given to me by my parents or (in the case of my last bed) purchased from a neighbor who had never used it.
I’ve never followed cycling, but like everyone else in the world, I’ve heard of Lance Armstrong. And I grew up with a father who competed in multiple sports–cycling, running, swimming–so I know about the hours of training and work that go into something like that. Competing in those kinds of events is about pushing the
So, not much to report here. The new job is going well but taking up a lot of my time. I used to have my writing schedule all worked out, but the new hours and the fact that my house is in a shambles is making it difficult to get any work done. But work
First off, sorry for the lapse in posts. I’d meant to write some posts before the new job began so that I could auto-post them, but that didn’t happen. The new job is tough and it’s keeping me busy, and I’m living in an empty house, sleeping on an air mattress until the end of
Yesterday, I was doing a last read through of a revision and I ran into a scene in which a character reveals a secret to my narrator and my narrator reveals that he already knew the secret. The narrator’s reaction is a simple “I know,” and I debated whether I needed to include an internal
Life is chaotic right now, but I haven’t forgotten the blog. So here are some books I’m dying to read. Personal Effects by EM Kokie Live Through This by Mindy Scott PassengerGrasshopper JungleWinger by Andrew Smith Ask the Passengers by AS King The Diviners by Libba Bray The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling Adaptation by