NaNoWriMo Survival: Week One

Here's the little tricks I've either learned or put to good effect this week; I'm posting them as advice to myself, because I am dense enough to have to learn these things over and over. Start small - a half hour on and five to ten minutes off is a great way to get started, … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Survival: Week One

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YA Books You Should Be Reading

At Worldcon one of my favorite Panels was titled, "Beyond Harry Potter: What other Young Adult Fiction Everyone - Adults Included - Should Be Reading." The panelists were Ellen Asher, Susan Chang, Laura Frankos, Dan Wells, and Andrew Wheeler. I took down a 90% accurate list of the suggestions of the panelists, as well as … Continue reading YA Books You Should Be Reading

WorldCon Ho!

This week, Ian and I are paying a visit to RENOvation. It's Worldcon, a very large fan convention that hosts many authors, editors, agents, artists, costume makers, game designers, cartoonists, and much more. To give you an idea of what to expect, George R. R. Martin, Dr. Demento, and Brandon Sanderson are here, to name … Continue reading WorldCon Ho!