Category Archives: writing

I was a wizard for a day

Yesterday, a friend of mine told me that Pottermore was hiring freelance writers. Of course, myself and millions of fans across the world knew we were perfect for this job and flocked to the website to give our CVs and … Continue reading

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Book for free on Smashwords

Here’s a link to my book on Smashwords: go check it out.

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Mopey immortals

My book is kind of a metaphor for my PTSD. Because of that, I have a hard time accepting a certain line of criticism about it. Long story short, in my book, a woman is turned into a werewolf without … Continue reading

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Zombie Unicorns!!

OMG you guyz! I just won a zombicorn short fiction contest on Booksnobbery! Go read! Go read all the winners (Heather and Kate), because they rock!

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Wikipedia sux

I won’t try to hide my hatred of wikipedia. Ok, fine, I like it as a consolidated database for just about anything and a good place to start a research project. But there are inherent problems with the idea of … Continue reading

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I am not a book blogger, but I’ll play one once a month

So as I’ve said probably a million times before, I’m going to self-publish a book. The book is all written (I think) and in the process of getting its shit together (I hope). And as I also know I’ve said … Continue reading

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Plagiarism is not the highest form of flattery

Whenever I see my cousin’s new wife, my favorite this to talk to her about is Cassandra Clare. Neither of us can stand her. My favorite complaint about her is that in one of her awful books, Hermione Clary or … Continue reading

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To selfie or not to selfie

One of favorite scenes in Fight Club is when Edward Norton and Brad Pitt are in a car and Edward Norton is complaining about being left out. Brad Pitt asks the two other passengers what they want to do before … Continue reading

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