Inspirobot is so on point sometimes I have been a bad blogger this year, and I can't believe it's nearly May and this is my first post. In December I made a conscious decision to take a break from blogging and the Internet more generally over the holidays. But in January I found myself struck … Continue reading It’s Been Rough. How Are You Doing?
(The following is a continuation of this post) I do not have the hubris to imagine that I should ever be allowed the power to change the world--along what lines? What would give me the right to decide in what ways the world exactly should be changed? Could it be done without impinging upon the volition … Continue reading G. Edwards Asks: Would You Rather Change the World or Change Yourself?
Hey it's Thanksgiving this week in the US, so I'd like to just put a list of things I am particularly grateful for instead of concentrating on negativity. Especially since my last post was a bit of a pity party--thank you for indulging me on that. Here we go: Ten Things I Am Grateful For … Continue reading Ten Things I Am Grateful For
Well, I gave up on NanoWrimo... got farther than last year. Haven't been writing much of anything at the moment. Don't know if you guys saw this. Luckily not a plane I was on, but I did end up spending ELEVEN extra hours in an airport because of it. Ended up with a massive sinus … Continue reading I aM a SaCk Of PoTaToEs
(The following is a continuation of this post) Historical Romance. I don't usually seek out romance novels, but on occasion, I come across them at second hand stores... and somehow end up walking out with them. And when I say historical romance, I mean bad, cheesy, historical romance. I mean full-on gothic, bodice-ripping, cigarette-ads-in-the-middle, 1970s penny-book … Continue reading Jennifer Asks: What Genre Do You Think is Not Your Favorite, But You Find Yourself Picking Up Again and Again?
(The following is a continuation of this post) Well, G. Edward, I am lucky enough to live in Minnesota, where I experience all of the seasons. All sixteen of them. That's right. Sixteen. I present, the sixteen seasons of Minnesota: Fall (Maybe, sometimes, we’ll see, maybe we’ll just skip it and go straight to winter, who … Continue reading G. Edwards Asks: What is Your Favorite Season of the Year
(The following is a continuation of this post) Uh... Well... they say you never really want to meet your heroes right? I think honestly, it would be awkward to have lunch with someone I was like, a really big fan of. It would be hard not to get all "fannish" and weird. I think it would … Continue reading Jennifer Asks: What One Currently Living Writer Would You Most Like to Have Lunch, A Beer, or A Coffee With?
(The following is a continuation of this post) Well, G. Edward, this sounds like some kind of horrifying Dystopian Nightmare scenario, in which case I suppose the genre I would choose would be whatever subject or information would help me survive the longest. But then on the other hand, would I even want to live in … Continue reading G. Edward Asks: If You Could Read Only Genre for Your Remaining Days Which Would It Be?
(The following is a continuation of this post) The full question Jennifer Mugrage asks is as follows: "What is your culture crush? If you are a book blogger, you must have at least one. But please feel free to list more than one." Upon reading this, I had a question of my own, namely-- What in … Continue reading Jennifer Asks: What is Your Culture Crush?
(The following is a continuation of this post) Fate or Free Will? I suppose this depends on what G. Edward means by fate in this question. It is entirely possible to believe in both--they are not necessary mutually exclusive. Fate, in the traditional sense, merely indicates that the consequences of our choices will lead to … Continue reading G. Edward Asks: Fate or Free Will?