I am in such an awesome mood this Sunday. I have been really living in a creative mindset lately. Focusing on my artwork. Focusing on my writing. Starting new projects. Keeping busy as I can. I worked on a few artistic projects today. Completely different styles and topics. It's interesting. I am working on a… Continue reading In a creative mindset
I have been insanely forgetful since having sort-of-kinda-maybe recovered from COVID. And I keep writing things down to remember on random notepads... and then promptly forget it exists Or I can't find where I wrote it down. So this system is really not working for me. Not saying my memory was grand pre-COVID infection. I… Continue reading Rocket Book
Trying out these cards called Fabula. They are designed to help writers physically map out their novels. I bought them while trying to hold off one of those narcoleptic like nap attacks during which sometimes I am sort of pretty much asleep and still doing things. So I don’t actually remember buying them. I do… Continue reading Fabula Cards
I loathe insomnia. I've had chronic insomnia since I was a teen. Back then it never was a real problem because, well, you don't have any real obligations and responsibilities you have to adhere to. It was the same at university, I'd just schedule classes for a little later. But as an adult, I have to… Continue reading Insomniac ideas
What will the title be?
This was my Nano cover when I was finishing up this novel. And that is the placer title I used: Rift World. It has something to do with the world, but not the plot in general. I could still use it and it would work. A lot of my placer titles do generally work. I… Continue reading What will the title be?
The "secret code" of Victorians (1891) - when flirting (From the National Library of New Zealand). Or check out these fan flirtations from English Historical Fiction Authors The fan placed near the heart: “You have won my love” A closed fan touching the right eye: “When may I be allowed to see you?” The number… Continue reading Clever Victorians