Week Three Check-in!

Hello to anyone who's reading this. I want to thank you for checking in with me each week; it's truly helpful with holding myself accountable in my writing endeavors. If you'd like, you can subscribe to my blog, getting notifications of any new posts. I plan to write more posts, discussing my current projects. I…

Week Two Check-in!

Hi to any and all that are reading this. I want to thank you for following along with me into a second week of my writing goals. Writing can be a difficult endeavor, one that can seem pretty lonely when it's just you and a blank, white page. That's partially why I decided to make…

Week One Check-in!

Hello to anyone who happens to be reading this. As you may or not know, I made some goals last week to help hold me accountable in my writing endeavors. The biggest goal I set was to write five thousand new words each week. Now I know this isn't a large number of words for…

A Writer’s Nook

I always wanted to be the kind of writer that had a big oak desk to write upon. Perhaps keep it in a dimly lit room that smelled of leather, and had the gentle sound of a ticking clock--a metronome, tick-tock-ticking with each syllable I type out on an ancient typewriter. Sadly, that is not…

Speculative Basement:

Apologies for not having an edition of Speculative Basement last week, but I was a bit busy. I was in that hazy faze in which nothing but that one thing you are focusing on can get through to you. And for me that one thing was getting married! Laura and I tied the knot in a small,…

The Speculative Basement:

Through the Wardrobe C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll. I always got the two confused when I was younger, with the Lewis's and the "C" names ... but they actually had more in common than just slightly similar names. First off, they both wrote fantasy stories that were geared towards children ... and they were both…

Winning Flash Fiction Story!

I must admit that hosting a flash fiction contest was a bit stressful. First, there was the fear that no one would submit stories ... then the fear that there would be a bunch of stories, and I would be blind by the end of the week. Thankfully, there was a happy median, and here I sit…

Sally Ember–*CHANGES*, Conversations between Authors

I was really nervous taking part in *CHANGES* with Sally Ember this morning. I had never done anything close to a live show, whether it be a television, internet, or radio program. There's always that fear that you'll say or do something unforgiveable and that it would be caught in the moment and preserved for…