Oh snap, it's really actually truly an update! In this one I talk about sequel challenges, plot troubleshooting, and tools for building timelines.
Wait. Shit. I'm supposed to be doing this writer thing, aren't I?
All the stuff and things for 2018.
"'Talent" is a terrifying word. It's an existential expectation." On fear of failure and how a catty cashier spurred me to publish my first novel.
I haven’t seen the sun in two months. I don’t miss it. Not really. The sun and I had done battle throughout the years of my childhood, “girlishly cute” freckles stamped like battle scars across my paper pale complexion. I don’t have to worry about sunburns anymore. The daylight belongs to the dead now. My … Continue reading Waiting for Daylight
From the 2014 edition of the University of West Florida's Troubadour student anthology. “What’s your earliest memory of Gracie? Do you remember holding her after she was born?” Eloise Aberdeen chewed on the nail of her ring finger, searching empty space for a memory that wasn’t there. “No,” she finally said, wide, bloodshot eyes rising to … Continue reading For Love of a Lie