Recently it came to my attention that some folks have mistaken my dedication to my own work, and minding my own business, as not having the time to be bothered with participating in online occult discussions. While I don’t owe Continue reading When Life Requires Prioritization #scheduling #spoons
Earlier today I saw a writer posting about how someone she cohabitates with has decided that she doesn’t really work. Well no, not really. I mean writing, editing, blogging, social networking, texting, and sending emails to people isn’t work. That’s Continue reading No, Really, I’m Working!!
Being a public person isn’t always easy. From pretending everything is great all the time, to watching everything you say lest you be attacked for your alleged political agenda, sometimes you just can’t win in the eyes of public opinion. Continue reading Troll-Baiting: Critics, Haters, and Death Threats
Last night after I shared an excerpt of my forthcoming novel, a fellow magick practitioner decided to rip me a new one for my Ascending Darkness cover. First, you should probably know the cover depicts a pentacle of Mercury atop Continue reading Why the Occulture is Poison to Magicians
As I contemplate and research a writer productivity and scheduling workshop I’m hoping to teach next year at the RMFW conference (maybe even as a YouTube video if they decide they aren’t interested in my proposal) I wanted to share Continue reading Productivity For Writers – A Few Changes That Can Increase Your Productivity
I am an introvert. I have discussed my introversion previously in this post. Today I read a blog post by fellow introvert writer Ashley Hodges that gives tips to fellow introverts who want to attend writers’ conferences. I kind of have a Continue reading The Introvert Writer at Conferences & Conventions
I keep reading on social media that Facebook is cracking down on anyone with more than one account. Today I ran across a blog from 2010 where the author gets down on Mark Zuckerberg who, back then, was quoted as saying: Having Continue reading Authors & Identity — Public vs. Private Lives in Social Networking
In the past year I have been running into an interesting “type” of writer. The writer who loathes social networking so much (s)he avoids it like the plague because (s)he feels it hampers productivity too much. Many of these folks also tend to Continue reading Go Forth and Market Thyself – Socially
Sometimes I feel a bit out of touch with the modern world despite the fact that I consider myself technologically “progressive”. I grew up with a Commodor Vic 20 and an Atari 2600 in the house. My favorite game on Continue reading To the Interwebs!
I’ve never been a competitive person. In my younger years I used to ride in horse show competitions. Not because I wanted to compete with others, but because I wanted to push myself. Besides, it was all in good fun. Continue reading Ending the Competition