Tag: writing

  • 2018 In Review

    Wow, I sure didn’t plan to literally not blog at all this year, nor did I plan to nope out of Twitter or fade off Facebook and Instagram. I feel like saying this has become an annual tradition, but it’s been a crazy year. Have I mentioned that I have a rare disease? Yeah, it’s […]

  • Update on Baroness

    You may have noticed that my blog posts have been kind of lazy lately, and that last week there wasn’t one at all. That’s because Baroness, my YA steampunk dystopian work-in-progress, has been taking most of my energy. And, for a while there, it really was taking my energy. Draining it. Like some kind of […]

  • How soon should you blog about a work in progress?

    Believe it or not, Google did not give me any answers to that question. I have no idea whether I’m telling you this way too soon or not soon enough. But I’m too excited to wait, so here it is… I’m working on a new novel unrelated to Thalia’s Musings. It’s a young adult steampunk dystopia inspired by the […]

  • Light at the end of the tunnel

    I didn’t get a blog post written for this week, because the rough draft of Thalia’s Musings 3 has been taking all my writerly energy. I’ve finished 13 of a proposed 16 chapters. The book may actually be readable sometime this decade! So if you haven’t read volumes 1 and 2 in awhile, or at all, […]

  • Random Musings on Thalia’s Musings

    ~ I drafted a full chapter for Thalia’s Musings 3 last week. Ten down, six to go! ~ The Pirates of the Caribbean movie soundtracks can be great writing inspiration. ~ My Thalia’s Musings logo tests well in the three-year-old female demographic. Maybe I should use the blurb “I weally like dis ding!” on my next book […]

  • Is “Princess” a Career?

    Last week I blogged about my take on princess culture and why I don’t hate it. Apparently Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor saw my post and thought, “Hey, this sounds like a timely topic! I think I’ll go on national television and address the nation about it.” (A blogger can dream, right?) Judge Sotomayor comes […]