I can teleport. I don't often tell this to people, because it is uncomfortable for me, and it's not terribly useful. I am no soldier, trained to reorient myself immediately upon shifting reality. It just means I get to be dazed and bewildered in a slightly different location than I'd previously inhabited. It's really not that … Continue reading I’ve Solved All Of Science, You Can Go Home Now
Happy Halloweekend! I hope your season of frights is going well! I've sung Halloween songs, gotten sick on candy, screamed in terror, heard some truly impressive cackling, and been hit on by Bellatrix Lestrange, so I'm doing pretty well for myself, I think. This is just a quick post today, first to thank my contributors … Continue reading We Weren’t Kissing. Have A Book.
I think I'm a wizard, Harry. There really aren't many other supportable options. I'm a firm believer that nothing happens by coincidence, and I seem to have symptoms that much wiser minds than mine have more or less universally decided herald the passing of some sort of sorcerer. No electronics may withstand me. Lights in … Continue reading Don’t Be a Witch
I need you to sit down and listen. Are you sitting? Good. Summer and Lia are women. And... Millenials. I feel better getting that off my chest. I hope you're not too shocked. Because there does seem to be a lot of shock going around, doesn't there? A man in power used his position to … Continue reading The Shocking Secret of Millenials and Women
October is a busy month, everyone. We should probably pull a Caesar and add a thirteenth month just so that October can catch a break. Suddenly everyone's done with strawberries and watermelons and now it's all about gourds and dead grass things. People want to rock flannel like they just descended from the Rockies with … Continue reading October is for (Art) Lovers
Taking a quick break. Summer's in the hospital right now. Again. Don't worry, she'll be fine, I'm sure. Seriously, though, she really ought to be more careful. She's just mortal you know? Someone should have a talk with that girl. OH WAIT, I think they will! I just hit one hundred typed pages written on Blood … Continue reading Summer Isn’t Dead Yet
How much discussion about violence and beating people up can you have before it becomes weird? Asking for a friend. I am not sure what writers who are not me and people who will talk to me converse about, but I always seem to have questions about, or field questions about how best to hurt … Continue reading Kill Your Darlings
I walked into the library after seventeen days traveling for work. My local library is very small. It has two parking spaces and is mostly geared towards the kids who live in the neighborhood. It's just a small branch of the bigger town library, which is connected to most of southeastern Pennsylvania's book collection and … Continue reading The Hawk Guard and the Fairy Wizard
Don't you love the end of summer? Kids going back to school, pumpkin spice replacing strawberry everything, ghosts no longer invading your laundry...truly it's a wonderful time. What's that? You don't think ghosts are invading your laundry? Oh, you poor, poor innocent. In Taiwan, and indeed in much of the world, the seventh month of … Continue reading Is That A Ghost In Your Pocket?
Thank you all for participating in my biggest book giveaway yet! 937 people signed up for a copy of Feeding Frenzy and I'm very excited to get these 5 winners their books soonest. I hope you enjoy it, winners! Today I'd finally like to discuss the topic that was too serious for the real world things … Continue reading Content Warning: Trauma in Text