Just under a month ago, I started a new job with a new company. This gave me the unparalleled opportunity to figure out a new analogue system to keep track of everything I do at work. As always, I keep my work notebook separate from my personal stuff, because I take way too many notes … Continue reading new job, new analogue system
It's hard to say when a story is "done enough." It probably depends on who's involved. If you have an editor and/or a publisher involved, it's probably done enough when everyone agrees it's ready. If the story is just for you, it's done enough when you're done tinkering with it. It's when you're self-publishing, I … Continue reading The question of “done enough”
So. Guess who's an idiot? It's me. There were some problems with forwarding my exploringtheattic emails to my primary email, so I haven't been seeing emails sent to this blog's contact address in a while. Whoops! The forwarding has been fixed, I feel like a moron, and I apologize to everyone who sent me an … Continue reading a brief apology
If I could get a present from the internet this year, I would want a Goodreads that allows for more finely-tuned tracking of the books I've read. Options like "I read this book more than once this year" would be a great start. A separate track for tracking audiobooks that puts them in the aggregate … Continue reading All I Want For Christmas Is a Better Goodreads
2017 is around the corner, and I've decided on my new year's resolution. This year, I'm going to shop my stash. This morning I put my "Fly to the World from JAPAN // TRAVELER'S FACTORY" medallion on my Traveler's Notebook. But first I had to find it, which meant mounting a search since I'd forgotten where … Continue reading 2017: the year of shopping the stash
Argh. So. Yesterday I made UNFOLD available for preorder through Amazon.com. EXCITING TIMES!!!!! aAnd because it's a sequel, I decided to list it and its predecessor, FOLD, as part of a series, which I chose to call Kitsune Tales. A search for "kitsune tales" in Amazon showed no similar series titles before the fold. However, … Continue reading why thinking is a good idea, even when you’re excited
A little over a year ago, I took the leap and published FOLD via Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing. Here's the description: When baby Kumiko was dying, her father begged the spirits in the forest to save her life. But years later, when a festival comes to the palace, the teenage princess escapes the confines of … Continue reading UNFOLD is available for preorder!