I haven't been reading much and I also haven't been writing much. The last book I read was Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens and the last bit of "writing" I did was editing Sirens. As far as Oliver Twist goes, it wasn't bad. It was a difficult read because of the vast vocabulary Dickens had … Continue reading 16AUG2022
I can light the fire
I’m hesitant to write. I keep thinking back to the idea of going to school, to sign up again through the registrar to take a bunch of classes that I won’t be interested in so some authority figure can put pressure on me to complete work by a deadline in the hopes that those deadlines … Continue reading I can light the fire
Burn Out Available on Amazon!
My short crime fiction story, Burn Out, is now available on Amazon Kindle! I plan for it to be the first of many crime fiction stories to come out and am already working on the next story. The series will be called The Hill, referring to the fictitious Cottage Hill Police Department just outside of … Continue reading Burn Out Available on Amazon!
Schedule Change & Life
At work, we've recently changed our schedule so instead of long weeks where we work 8-hour shifts of 6-7 days at a time, we are now scheduled to work no more than 3 days at a time for 12-hour shifts, a schedule we've all been waiting for for quite a while. It has numerous benefits … Continue reading Schedule Change & Life
New Editing Step
The first draft of Sirens (Frigid Nights) has been done for quite a while now and I've been doing some terrible slacking with the editing. I've been putting it off, avoiding it, and acting like I don't have to do it because, well, it's overwhelming. I know there's a crazy amount of things that need to … Continue reading New Editing Step