I’m working through all the business end-of-year crazy: inventory, bookkeeping, estimated tax filings; and trying to keep up with orders. But I’m also looking ahead to a shiny new year full of new possibilities. I’m in the process of relaunching this blog, so new ideas, product, and content coming soonish. Until then, here’s wishing you the best for 2022!
I have done a terrible job of updating in the past few weeks. I can’t point to any one thing; I think burning the candle at both ends just overwhelmed me. I did the Five Scarf Challenge in Oct, the Five Hat Challenge in Nov while also completing NaNoWriMo
2016, and then starting the last week of November, after finishing NaNoWriMo a few days ahead of schedule, I began knitting every day, almost all day, trying to complete a bunch of gifts for the holidays. Continue reading
It’s January 1st. Minecraft is now an after-hours activity. Chores, gaming, exercising all take place after writing. The goal for 2016 is a story – something (anything…) to be sold and published.
I love gaming. I love lots of things. But I love writing, and I really, really, really, really don’t want to go back into the corporate world. So, I have to sell a story. Preferably lots of them, but I’ll take one sale at this point. So gaming, knitting, and all the other “ings” — you are now in evening hobby status. The work day is for writing.
Recently I climbed into the attic and retrieved the small box of holiday decorations – the box we use when we’re not assembling the 1975-era fake tree. This year, our Christmas Corner is decked out with the taped-together CB-tree, as well as a Cylon — because who doesn’t want a Christmas Cylon? Thanks to a cracked camera lens on my phone, the picture is complete with JJ-level lens flare.