January is dangerous. It can make you think about what you’ve done and what you’re going to do, and whether it is enough. Continue reading
Look at this MASSIVE AMOUNT OF BOOKS that I bought, despite my bank account’s complaining. Enjoy!
I’ve got two beautiful books to live on for the month of October. I hadn’t heard of either before spotting them in the bookstore, so I’m going in without any preconceived notions about them. Continue reading
Unsatisfied with my design education (though keep in mind I’ve only been in school for 10 weeks out of 52), I spent my weekend watching videos, reading books, and researching graphic design, in particular, typography and book covers. Continue reading
This is long overdue. It took so long, in fact, that yet another piece for my room arrived today and I considered waiting a bit longer until it was installed to do an entire room reveal. I decided not to. So let’s get to it. Continue reading
In class this week we were thinking about what makes us the kind of writers we are. This was good timing because I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the writer I am, the writer I want to be, and the writer I will most likely end up being. All three are fairly different from each other, considering they’re all me, but I guess it’s hard to imagine the future. It’s easier to look back at what got me here. Continue reading
Okay, so this is a little late as it is March already, but in my defence I wasn’t planning to write a book trends report at all this year. Just be glad I changed my mind, eh?
I’ve decided to add “YA” to the title this year, because those are the ones I follow most closely, though some of these trends carry over to adult fiction. Let’s get started. Continue reading