In May of this year, I went to Japan for three weeks. I left home alone, my passport mere weeks old, to meet a group of strangers from Australia. And I never would have had what it took to do it if it wasn’t for my journey through twelve novels. It began on twitter, and … More Japan: Saying Yes.
As I mentioned a while back, I've been working in a small side project of the material left over from working on The Novel – the prequel, you could call it. It got a bit sidelined with other things going on, but I'm back at it. This is the second installment of that project. More … More Cross Post: The Nameless One
Over time, I've often been asked a lot to talk about my writing process – the nuts and bolts of what I do when I sit down to write. And so far, I've resisted doing so, partly because I don't really know if I have a writing process, and partly because its a very self-conscious … More My Writing Process (with pictures)
Forgive me for rambling, I'm rusty at this. I've been away. Away from the blog, away from home, from myself, even from writing. I needed a vacation. Irowboat's birthday is in April, and we decided to celebrate with a road trip in my new car to California – traveling to San Francisco and down the … More Distance, where I’ve been, and getting personal
I haven't been around the blog as much as I like lately. It's because I've been up to things… Several to be specific, but one thing in particular. And I'm excited, and a little bit frightened. And that usually is the best combination. As I've mentioned a few times, I'm working on one of last … More I’ve Been Up To Something…