I often have flashes of inspiration when I’m in a car. Maybe it’s just because I don’t ride in cars very often and that makes it a little bit of a liminal space for me, associated with holidays and family events. This idea came to me from a truly spectacular cloudscape I saw today. I hope you enjoy it. The Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Place in the Clouds
A short little thingy today, inspired by the lovely golden light I had a walk in earlier. Have a great weekend, everyone! Waiting for Fairies Golden light danced across the park from a break in the dark grey October clouds. The sun was on its way down, and clearly determined to make an impression before it went. The bench was Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Waiting for Fairies
Is it feeling like fall yet where you are? Or spring, for my readers “down under”? Here, it’s basically still feeling like summer, reasonably warm and sunny, just cold in the mornings. It’s getting dark though, albeit slowly. I have finally gotten my BA thesis work rolling again. Pretty close to being done with the draft. Feels good, man. Feels good. Continue reading Twice Fortnightly – One of Those Good Weeks
What a week! It seems spring has come to Stockholm and I’ve been enjoying the lovely weather as well as doing a lot of writing. Here’s what I’ve done: Drafted chapters 15-19 of Dress Rehearsal Rag. It’s weird, I’m not sure why I had this as my goal since the plan was to only have 20 chapters and it’s odd to leave Continue reading Twice Fortnightly – Almost Drafted!