Tag Archive | urban fantasy author

Your Mom Was Right About Honesty

Your mom or whoever told you honesty is the best policy. My last blog surprised me with the response. I wanted to write something since I hadn’t in a while (Something I’m trying really hard not to do) and my social media blah was on my mind. So, I wrote my mind, hit publish and […]

Me Evolving Again

I haven’t been on wordpress since I posted last Friday, so when I logged on to write something for today, I was pleasantly surprised by my site stats. Ready for the number? 27 It reminded me of a post I wrote a year ago called Me Evolving about broadening my reading horizons to be a […]

No Goals for 2012

Goals are the main topic for many of the blogs I follow. Everyone’s got such great plans for 2012 and I wanted to add my own to the mix, but . . . I didn’t have any. Sadness. Rather than not blog, I decided to figure out why that was. I thought about what I […]

Some Thoughts On Time

I’ve worked a full week at the second job and the good news is, I think I’ll be able to handle the extra workload without becoming horribly exhausted. The bad news is, on days I work both jobs, I pretty much go to work, then go to work, go home and sleep. So my free […]

Taking a Hiatus #ROW80 Update

As the title suggests, my goals are pretty much fail. Things are a little crazy at Mocete Studios and because of that, I’m taking on a second job. This will, unfortunately, occupy a huge chunk of my free time. And more unfortunate, my line of work doesn’t give me internet access, so the majority of […]

Realizing The Mess I Am

There was a moment when I met my future in-laws for the first time where I was struck with how little I knew about anything. I’d never met a family that played Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit for fun and could carry on a conversation, intelligently, on any topic. And there I was, with even less […]

Dang, That Kait Nolan Was Right #ROW80 Update

Overall Goal: Figure out my writing process Goal Pieces: 1. Read more books in my genre. 2. Read more books on craft and apply the lessons to my writing. I’ve tried lists before and like everything else I try for the time, they didn’t go well. Probably because the list I wrote up should only […]