novels

Look at me, getting another blog post written on the right day like some kind of competent motherfucker. Little do they know I’m pulling things out of the ether at 9pm on a Wednesday with no plan! So anyway, read this. There’s a storm blowing in from the south. Perfect weather for writing! Why, one […]

Sin Eater is a weight in my pocket right now. The thing I want to be working on, but that I’m not touching because I have things with deadlines to deal with first. There’s a 2,700 word essay I need to finish by Thursday, and I have upwards of 100 pages of reading a week. […]

I have a draft before me. It is my 2016 NaNoWriMo novel, Sin Eater. I have printed it out, and it lies on my desk like a mewling, half-formed monstrosity. The task is clear: I must take a hatchet and a scalpel, and with these tools must cut away the mutant flesh, and sculpt its […]

Hitting the beats

I was chatting with a friend of mine the other day about how our lives are stalled cars on the highway of life. He seemed surprised that I was in the same position. “What do you mean? You go running three times a week!” The implication being, of course, that this means I am a […]

NaNoWriMo has been going well. I am on-target with my word-count, essentially forcing 1667 words out of myself every day and often exceeding it. I’ve never been on-target in week two before. My usual habit is to start taking days off, fall around 4,000 words behind, freak out in week three and finish in a […]