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Author and Editor

Month: December 2016

Star Wars: Rogue One. A riff, a razz, a review.

Narrated version here Content Warning. I use the word Rape as hyperbole. I can’t really take it out, because I’m not re-recording this whole blog post. But you should be aware that I DO use that term. I’m a survivor, but the word doesn’t hurt me. If it does you, be aware it’s there please…. Read More ›

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Bullying vs Standing Up

Narrated version here: There’ve been a few of these diversity bingo cards making the rounds on twitter and facebook lately. A few threads have brought up the concept of bullying in regards to marginalized authors. This is going to be unpopular. I don’t care. I’ve been a victim of bullying my whole damned life, I… Read More ›

Holidays

Holidays are hard for me. Especially Christmas. They are for a lot of survivors. I go through the motions of the holidays for my kids, because it’s expected, and the joy on their little faces makes the work and the pain worth it. (I do enjoy some things about it, but, by and large, I’d… Read More ›

One those days

The good ones. I know, right? Lately, I’ve been a bit doom and gloom here, but, I go through phases. Today I accepted a job offer as an Editor at Thurston Howl Pub which had me giggling and happy for hours. (Still am, and I have a project to edit, too.) AND I got some extremely… Read More ›

My first block on twitter.

That I know of anyway. I’m outspoken about pretty much everything, so there may be people I don’t know of who’ve blocked me. For anyone unfamiliar with how an Asperger’s mind works (or at least THIS aspie) I was sleepy, just finished a favorite movie and popped into twitter for chat and whatnot. I check… Read More ›

Wordless

I feel like I should blog, but I don’t really have anything to say, so newsletter-y type stuff until I manage to figure out HOW to do a real news letter. (It’s on the list to do for next year.) We’re moved, finally, into our new house. It’s tiny, far too small for the four… Read More ›