I am the master of interior design, as long as you're good with an "all books" aesthetic.



i just wrote a post about meeting one of my heroes...twenty four years ago.

Better late than never, I guess.


I haven't been writing much fiction lately, but my journal is getting a lot more love than normal. .

Writing in the train this morning. I love it when I get a good seat and can do something creative. It feels like a good portent for the rest of the day.

Even though it's hard work, I really love . The mental exercise of world- and character-building makes my brain feel all sparkly. Even if nobody ever reads what I write, it's worth it just for this feeling.

Today's update of is actually about three days' worth of writing. I'm about 6000 words "behind" right now, which is honestly just about par for the course.


The interview process that I thought was going so well has stalled out, and it's been a week or two since I've heard from them. And my current job still has all the problems that convinced me to start looking for a new job in the first place.

Honestly is my lifeline. I may have no idea what my work life will look like in 2020, but hey, at least my life is better than my protagonist's!


Hey Writing Friends, What online writing aids or review communities are ya'll into? I keep looking at getting back into Scribophile or 4TheWords (because they keep sending me emails) but I'm not sure. Are there better ones? Other ones that you like?

Just curious. Feel free to boost this to garner more answers.

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