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Release day for Rom & Yuli, and what's next for me!
This month, I have a few things on my agenda! If you're here, you probably know me from the Twitterverse and know about #LGBTQwrimo. Originally started by me November 2018 for NaNoWriMo as a way to connect more queer writers together during that month, #LGBTQwrimo is back for another round, this time for Camp NaNoWriMo! … Continue reading Patreon Launch, #LGBTQwrimo Camp edition!
Okay, maybe I should write up a new blog post since there's not been one since May.... In 2018, I wrote a lot of things, but had no acceptances (aside from signing the contract for Raven - Masks #2, which should be out this year!). In 2019, after a few discussions with friends, I've decided … Continue reading 2019: Year of the Self Pub!
Okay, I know this is late, and I feel like I've fallen off the face of the earth just a little since the end of November, at least as far as my writing goes. I thought it'd be interesting to talk about NaNoWrimo at length, as a person who hasn't ever done NaNo seriously and … Continue reading My NaNoWriMo 2017
"When did you know you wanted to be a writer?" "I always knew I wanted to be a writer." This is a question and answer that I see a lot. It seems like a vast majority of writers "always knew" they wanted to write. I didn't always know. So, as someone who didn't "just know" … Continue reading “I always wanted to be a writer.”
I guess I should use my blog to, you know, update people on things I'm doing at length. I talk a bit about things on Twitter here and there but it'd be nice to put it all in one place. So, if you follow my Twitter you may know I haven't been able to write … Continue reading My 2017 So Far
With the release of my first published work, Masks, this week, I'd like to talk a length about my experience during the whole process, because it was unique in that I A) had no idea what I was doing and B) I've never done this before. So if anyone is curious how Masks came to … Continue reading About Masks, my first publishing experience start to finish, and how I had no idea what I was doing