Pardon My Dust!

I'm in the process of setting up a subscription blog service so I can post my serials through it. If something doesn't behave properly or you see page and then it disappears, that's just me tweaking and testing things out, however, I don't anticipate the usual pages running into any problems. Any questions, feel free to reach out! Thanks!

Newsletter Maintenance

I've decided to start my newsletter from scratch. This whole relaunch is me doing a restart on my author journey. I jumped into it in 2016 and learned as I went. I now know what I want to do, and what I don't. I was on the fence about the newsletter, but decided to keep it. One, it'll help me with distributing content to my monthly donors, and two, I'm going to make it an extension of my blog so it'll become more personal. I also want to start doing a queer author spotlight for self-pubbed and hybrid authors. So if you're interested in signing up for the newsletter, click here. If you're interested in doing an author spotlight, click here and fill out the interest form. 

What's Sparking My Creativity?

Y'know, I underestimate a good night of sleep. I always complain that I never get enough of it, and some times I don't. There are times where my body needs the full eight hours, then there are times when it needs just six hours. Either way, after a good night of sleep, I feel like a brand new person and—in my opinion—my brain is sharper. A sharper brain means a supercharged imagination, which can be a bad thing because mine is already an overactive one, but my creative flow comes a lot easier. I mean one night I slept really well, and when I woke up, I was able to develop a semi-plot for an idea I've been trying to turn into an actual story. It still needs some work, but the base is there. While I know, some people have a hard time going to sleep, once you get a good night's sleep you feel like you can conquer the world. Here's an article from Psychology Today about the possible connection between sleep and creativity. More studies need to be done, but there's no harm in seeing if it works, right?