This blog is one year old. I don’t have much to say about that but it seems worth remarking on. I like writing this, I wish more people liked reading it. When I started this blog at first it seemed like it was going to gain more traction than my other blog, but the firstContinue reading “OOC – Happy birthday”
No one died. Which is pretty remarkable. The guy that Grace smashed into through the windshield would definitely have died if left there without treatment. And the guy she kicked in the chest was in pretty bad shape too, but the third fellow would have staggered to another hospital, one that’s operational, and pulled through. Most likely. Barring theContinue reading “Bright Lights, Bug City – An interlude to explain why my main character is awesome (I’m a good writer!)”
Starting with the next post I’m going to switch to narrative mode instead of Grace posting to her blog mode for a while. As per before what happens is canon for you people that are super hardcore into the canon of this blog but they are not Grace’s blog posts.
Now that I’m done with the bug odyssey I’ll be returning to the journal format. During that run, I went from a couple readers to none. Which I have to admit stings a little. My girlfriend told me that maybe people were confused by the title and thought it was actually about entomology. She’s oneContinue reading “OOC – Well that didn’t work”
I’m told it’s unseemly to make “funny” comments about how few readers you have so I won’t, even though that’s my inclination. Although I just did basically. I’m going to change the format for a little while. I want to do some more narrative style writing rather than the phony journal format. I’ve been writingContinue reading “Out of character update”
Is there anything grosser than a non-published author waxing poetic about their “process”. Yes. Assassin bugs. And house centipedes. And river dolphins. I hate those things. My loyal and stalwart and tall editor has pointed out that the run with the Thurston Hotel, while engaging and interesting and horrifying, was muddled and confusing. Looking backContinue reading “Be Kind Please Rewind (Out of character)”