...again! I'm sure you all remember last year, where I submitted my short story "Darkest After Dawn" to Z Publishing House, after they found a short story of mine on Montevallo's website and sent me an invitation to submit. Well, they sent me another invitation this year, to submit to the America's Emerging Deep South … Continue reading I’m Published!
...even though I read a great blog post a couple months ago telling bloggers that they shouldn't feel ashamed/guilty that "real life" has gotten in the way of their blogging. (I can't remember where I read it now.) Because yes, while I absolutely love blogging (it's been almost two years now!), I still have a … Continue reading I Feel the Need to Apologize…
And now we come to the podcast that started it all: Welcome to Night Vale. I started listening to this podcast in 2015 or so, and fell off the wagon for a few years. (According to the Night Vale community, though, you're not true Night Vale Trash unless you're like 50+ episodes behind the current … Continue reading Podcasts: Welcome to Night Vale
This post is several weeks late. I'm still not exactly sure what happened to my time last week (or this weekend), but it seems like I'm running out of time everywhere in my life. (Also, can we switch to a four-day work week? A two-day weekend is not enough time to recover.) Long story short, though, … Continue reading Kami-Con!
What is this? A book review? In my book blog?! How dare you! Oh, wait. That's the whole reason this blog was created in the first place. This week's book is Mr. Churchill's Secretary, by Susan Elia MacNeal. I picked it up on a whim at Barnes & Noble a few months ago (I think I've got … Continue reading Book Review: “Mr. Churchill’s Secretary” by Susan Elia MacNeal
And of course, we have the third podcast on this list that's written and produced by Aaron Mahnke. Unobscured is different from the others, though, in that it follows one single story from beginning to end across the entire season of the podcast (a 12-week season). History is full of stories we think we know. … Continue reading Podcasts: Unobscured, Season 1: The Salem Witch Trials
Welcome back to First Impression Friday, an installment I haven't done in a while because I am a slacker. That's okay, though, because I've also read five books in the past week and I'm hoping not to slow down anytime soon. This week's preview is for The Hazel Wood. I remember being super intrigued by the … Continue reading First Impression Friday: “The Hazel Wood” by Melissa Albert