If you’ve been following my Twitter posts for the past several weeks, you know how much I had been looking forward to launching The Stealth Lovers and Nothing Without Us at Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto. I’d heard amazing things about this bookstore for years from my author friends and was honoured Glad Day would … More Last weekend, I fell in love with Glad Day Bookshop!
Yup, I told you I have a staunch rule about NaNoWriMo: If I feel it’s going to adversely affect my health, I’m going to stop. So, I’m stopping, but only the NaNo pace and schedule, not the writing. The good news is that even after only a few days, I’m exciting about writing Life in … More No More NaNoWriMo—I’m Calling ‘Self-Care’
I feel my characters in these microcosms are always trying to tell me something about myself. When I was drafting Life in the ’Cosm, I was #DisabledAndAlone, so not in community with other Disabled folks. I was frightened, completely unsure about my future. I had been a runner and worked out regularly. Then fibromyalgia pummeled … More Noola schooled me in ’Cosm. Xax did in The Stealth Lovers!
Wheee! I know I’ve been boinging between which one of my WIPs I should work on since completing The Stealth Lovers, but I’ve made a decision for NaNoWriMo 2019. It’s time to go back and finish the sequel to Life in the ’Cosm. Yup, Life in Another ’Cosm: Jinny from the Blog will be my … More NaNoWriMo 2019: I’m taking the plunge again!
I’m autistic. You don’t know how freeing it is to write that. Every single time I do, I feel like a little more of that burden I’ve been carrying for decades is being lifted off my shoulders. I’m one of those cases (as happens to many autistic cisgender women) where I only discovered this last … More Masking: The Fine Art of Faking Being Neurotypical