This week's Song of the Week is "Hares on the Mountain" by Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker. They're an amazing duo from the UK who are known for beautiful songs with a large serving of melancholy. Enjoy!
This week I've worked on my novel, The Myth of Light, as well as a short story set in a Halloween world, which I'm absolutely loving. I've also been editing another novel called The Forest Guardian. Should be able to finish up the last draft on it and then start sending it out. My thoughts have already started to drift to the next novel I'll be editing, The Last Mages of Greybrook. I finished this one last July, and to date it is the longest book I've written (over 102,000 wo
I haven't really shared this sort of thing before, but I'm always reading something, so I figure I'd tell you all about it. Perhaps it'll inspire some of you to give the books a try. I'm currently listening to The Radiant Road by Katherine Catmull on Audible. For those who don't know, Audible sells and produces audiobooks and other audio media (they have some radio and TV programs, as well as some magazines and newspapers). The book follows Clare, a nearly fifteen-year-old gi
I've been an anime fan ever since I first saw Princess Mononoke as a kid, but for years I only ever saw Studio Ghibli's films, never venturing into the wider world of anime shows. Eventually a cousin let me borrow one, and I moved on to another, and another. I really liked them, but I couldn't really say I had a favorite. Not the way I could say without a doubt that The Lord of the Rings was my favorite book, or The Legend of Zelda was my favorite video game series. There wer
This week's Song of the Week is "Steady" by The Staves. I love this band, and will likely share more of their songs in the future. They are made up of three sisters, Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Stavely-Taylor. Enjoy! #songoftheweek
I can't be the only writer who struggles with weight. I think it's part of the lifestyle. We're sedentary by nature, putting all our time in writing or reading. In my case, add video games and a sedentary day job. Considering that, it's no wonder I gained 76 pounds after graduating college. For the first few years after I graduated, I told myself there was nothing to worry about. A few extra pounds are no big deal. When I hit 20 extra pounds, I figured I should probably do so