Notes on A Twisted Faire

Notes on A Twisted Faire

A Twisted Faire was born of boredom. Sort of. I had an idea for a wickedly evil faire that wound its way about people who were unsuspecting. The story itself was started during the famous NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) in 2016 but it never seemed to find its...
A Decent day is worth its weight in gold

A Decent day is worth its weight in gold

In contrast to yesterday’s nightmare fuelled anxiety, today was a decent day. You ever have one of those? Where it isn’t great but it just decent? For someone who deals with BP2 and anxiety disorders, a decent day is pretty great. In addition to cutting...
Getting an early start

Getting an early start

I’m not an early riser anymore. Since COVID-19 reared its ugly head, I’ve been out of work. So my usual bed time slots have changed from a solid 10-6 to 12-8.30. Which to me is not longer an early riser. But when it comes to writing, I try very hard to get...
The Three Part Challenge: Day One

The Three Part Challenge: Day One

Let’s put it on the table right now.I struggle to blog.Underneath this cool exterior is a writer chafing at the idea of structure and discipline. (so much discipline) There is this…this… thing about blogging that makes me wish I’d be doing...
Soundtracking the Novel

Soundtracking the Novel

Music goes with writing the way bourbon goes with coke. Or some non-alcoholic combination. Let’s go with cookies and milk. However, the right cookies have to go with the right milk. At least in my case. I can’t stand the wrong cookie with the milk. Same...