[blog] july recap

Hello again readers, I’m excited to say that July has actually been an eventful month with life, reading and writing all moving along with leaps and bounds. Still haven’t managed to get a regular updating schedule on this things but I’m pretty optimistic August will see more content coming your way. Well then, let’s get… Continue reading [blog] july recap

[blog post] j.a.m’s top tips for burnout-free drafting

The results of my recently conducted Twitter poll came up a draw between Garden of the Gods teasers (the first of which can be found here) and insights and tips from my writer’s life. Despite being full-time worker with a wide and varied list of hobbies, I’m just as serious and dedicated to getting my… Continue reading [blog post] j.a.m’s top tips for burnout-free drafting

[blog post] june recap

Where has the month gone? June has passed in such a blur I’ve lost track of what’s even happened. Seeing as how it’s been a relatively quiet month for me across the board, I’m going to use this recap to look back at the first half of the year as well. Let’s break it down.… Continue reading [blog post] june recap

[blog post] may recap

Hello lovely readers~ How the hell is it June already? Now that we’ve reached the centrefold of the year I’ve decided to partake in the monthly recaps that are so popular among bloggers, if not for the sole purpose of having an excuse to update this thing. Yes, I’m lazy, I know. But May has… Continue reading [blog post] may recap

[review] the perks of being a wallflower

A fifteen-year-old boy only just becoming aware of the joys of masturbation? That I don’t buy. This book had been around long before I had a chance to read it—there’s already been a movie made, for God’s sake! I am usually pretty slow to jump on bandwagons (I still haven’t read Harry Potter and probably never… Continue reading [review] the perks of being a wallflower

[blog post] the freedom(?) of the unemployed

After five years teaching English in Japan, I have packed up my belongings, my soon-to-be husband, and marginally overweight cat and made my not-so-glorious return to Australia and unemployment. Hooray(?) for me! I suppose the one good thing to come out of the fruitless task of tracking down work in rural NSW is that I… Continue reading [blog post] the freedom(?) of the unemployed