Month: June 2017

June 2017 Writing Update

I said I was going to finish my edits by the end of June. I lied.

At the beginning of the month, I announced that big, big changes were in the air because I had just been accepted to graduate school in London. (I’m still excited. Even the prospect of being fingerprinted by Homeland Security in order to get a visa hasn’t put me off.) I also said that I was […] Read more…

On My Shelf: The Bone Witch

I was so excited to find The Bone Witch, by Rin Chupeco, on the shelf at my local library. I knew nothing about it except that I’d seen the cover online and it looked intensely cool. Necromancers! Black magic! Kickass magical girls with dark and dangerous powers! So…was the cover deceptive? Was it really that cool? Well, […] Read more…

June 2017 Writing Prompts

It's June, and the summer weather is beautiful. But we're writers. And writers stay inside.

It’s June, guys! The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and I’ve got a fresh batch of writing prompts so none of us have to go outside and experience any of that. Because, c’mon. We’re writers. We stay inside with our laptops and our ideas. Read more…

I’m Moving to England!

You might have seen this on Twitter (are we friends on Twitter? We should be) already, but if not—I just got into graduate school! My program starts in September, which means I’ll be moving soon. Moving where, you ask? Yes, it’s true! I’m moving to London to study social anthropology at the postgraduate level. I get […] Read more…