I keep getting 7 books that impact me, and 10 albums I love from facebook friends. So now that I’m in Vancouver, I thought I’d open with my lists of Josh this year. I’ll talk about them in Part 2, but I thought I’d touch on my goals for this year in my writing andContinue reading “Lists for 2020 Part 1”
I know, I know. Not the entry I was expecting to write tonight. I was hoping to write about Alice Zero here. (Counting to Zero is still going to happen at some point.) And I thought that I was going to have at least that short story out the door by now. Nope. Not atContinue reading “Get Out of Your Own Way”
So I’ve listed my writing goals and podcast goals with Betting on Me Parts 1 and 2 and All In Parts 1 and 2. So what’s left to talk about? The pipedreams and the big stuff. I really hate the word real. Real is a frustrating word. It doesn’t really mean anything. To quote oneContinue reading “Pipedreams, Integrity and Reality – All In Conclusion”
So I have been very very busy at the day job, and now that it’s nearly through the blitzkrieg, I want to talk about what my podcast has taught me this year before going into 2019. Just Joshing exceeded all my goals this year. My viewership went way up, I’ve had the opportunity to talkContinue reading “All In Part 1 – Announcing Alice Zero”
I don’t know if reading this, you are stuck on going for it, you need to. At some point, you can’t stay safe. You have to leap. And it’s okay to fail. I know I still have long days ahead on the day job. Even going part time, there will be moments I’ll have to work more. I may have a week here or a month there, but it’s going to be less.
I wasn’t sure what to expect with this years When Words Collide. A few familiar faces I tend to hang around with were not there, and I have to admit that I was nervous about a couple of the panels I was doing. Friday I spent a decent chunk of my Friday prior to arrivingContinue reading “My When Words Collide Experience”
I have a bunch of projects upcoming here. This one started a little differently. One year ago Colleen Anderson asked me to submit an epic poem into her anthology called Alice Unbound. Initially, I had no idea what I was going to say about Wonderland. I mean, everyone has done a Wonderland story right? What couldContinue reading “I don’t know what I’m doing, and That’s Okay”