I so have to read this

Rise of the Spider Goddess, by Jim C. Hines. Seriously. Click the link and look at the cover. Do not wonder what’s wrong with them. Click the picture. Read the blurb. I wish every successful author would do something like this. Advertisements

You’re all nuts, aren’t you?

All of you out there who are participating in NaNoWriMo. I mean, it’s insane. 50k words in a single month. If it were at least a month with 31 days, but no… it has to be November! That’s 1666 2/3 words per day. PER DAY! And I guess there’s a catch. Or several. Like having…

Reading Habits

A meme is going round (and round and round…), and I take the bait. Found here and on many other places. 1: Do you have a certain place at home for reading? If I have time and can make myself comfortable for more than a few minutes, it’s either the bed or the couch. 2:…

These hurt thrice

Tattooed grammar fails The first time when they got it. The second time when they had to live with it. And the third time when they corrected it. (Provided they did.) And somehow I can’t help the glee *snickers*

10 Great Quotations from Writers about Cats

Originally posted on Interesting Literature:
‘Authors like cats because they are such quiet, lovable, wise creatures, and cats like authors for the same reasons.’ – Robertson Davies ‘When a man loves cats, I am his friend and comrade, without further introduction.’ – Mark Twain ‘I am glad you have a Cat, but I do not believe…

Up-and-Coming Author

I made a book recently. A children’s book about an alligator girl named Allie. I only did the editing and DTP work, though. A very dear friend and neighbour of mine wrote the text and his wife drew the illustrations. It was meant as a birthday present for their 8-year-old son. The whole project grew…