Category Archives: kinda sorta going out of my mind

On Friday night I almost died. I’m not trying to be all dramatic about it. Okay, maybe I’m trying to be a little dramatic, but for good reason. I mean, if facing death doesn’t give a girl the right to … Continue reading

fear, kinda sorta going out of my mind
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Readers who I love, there’s a lesson in my absenteeism and it’s this: Blog Me MAYbe really takes that whole maybe thing serious. At least I do. And that’s why I’ve been maybe not blogging every day of May though … Continue reading

blog me maybe, kinda sorta going out of my mind
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So Friday for my birthday The Man took me to FINALLY see The Hunger Games. It was playing at the drive-in nearby, and since I’m literally The Girl On Fire, I was happy we could sit in the car with … Continue reading

book club, kinda sorta going out of my mind
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There’s a word I hate that automatically came to my mind when I decided to write this post. Actually, there are a lot of words I hate (not the least of which are these two) but this just happens to … Continue reading

kinda sorta going out of my mind
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Here’s the thing about e-books that no one tells you: They make you incapable of basic math.* Seriously. I’m pretty sure there’s something in e-readers that interferes with brain waves, thus causing a massive mathematical malfunction in humans. Because Tracey … Continue reading

e-readers, kinda sorta going out of my mind
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I’m in the middle of revising my YA sci-fi novel, which means sometimes I look like this: Like when I re-read a passage and I actually love it. Or when I’m sucked in to my own story. But most of … Continue reading

editing, follow my advice at your own risk, kinda sorta going out of my mind
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My characters have a mind of their own. We hear this all the time. As writers, we think: Yeah, mine too. Pesky bastards. Non-writers think: These people deserve a straight jacket and padded room. So maybe I should explain when … Continue reading

kinda sorta going out of my mind, methods, my characters rule my life, panster, writing
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