PSA For Indie Authors – Part 3: Genres and Cover-art

This post is about self-promotion and marketing for Beginner Writers who want to write Genre Fiction or Genre novels, so if that doesn’t appeal to you, fair enough, feel free to pass on this post. This post will be covering basic tips and advice so this post may come across as stating the obvious, however, … Continue reading PSA For Indie Authors – Part 3: Genres and Cover-art

Kitchen Attack: Devil’s Food Cake

Behold My mad MS Paint Skills! Anyway, I was hoping to be able to write a blog-post that compared a homemade version of Devil's Food Cake To a Betty Crocker version of Devil's Food Cake (to act as a control so to speak) and find out which one tasted better, but alas, I was unable … Continue reading Kitchen Attack: Devil’s Food Cake

The Twilight School: Bruno's Farewell

Before I begin, I recommend reading these articles first to provide context: ~Hard days of not working by Barry Garner ~Article: Hello, You Beautiful Creature, Barry Garner ~Letter: Flows of Bruno Emotion, Bruno Lettieri ~Letter: Twixt Light and Dark, Marisa Spiller ~Gallery: Farewell to Bruno! ~Queer Without Gender: Survival of Naming by K. A. Cook … Continue reading The Twilight School: Bruno's Farewell

Audio Stimming: Postmodern Jukebox

In my family, Music is a big deal, and every Christmas I would make Mix-Tape Style CD's for my friends and family. Unfortunately, one of my parents would regularly work Christmas Day, and would listen to the CD on the way to work. My father is a walking encyclopedia on the History of Music. If … Continue reading Audio Stimming: Postmodern Jukebox

The Editing Process of Self-Publishing

This year, to complete my Bachelor of Creative Arts Industries, I enrolled in the core unit of Studio Project 1 and Studio Project 2 (it’s the same subject, just continued through both semesters). Now the objective of Studio Project 1 and 2 is to complete a project and present that project by the end of … Continue reading The Editing Process of Self-Publishing

Book Review: Crooked Words by K. A. Cook

Title: Crooked Words: A Collection of Queer, Transgender and Womanist Writings Author: K. A. Cook Social Media: Goodreads, Patreon and Tumblr Publisher: K. A. Cook via Smashwords Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Format and Price: E-Book for free About The Author: K. A. Cook is a masculine-presenting genderless pansexual feminist queer driven to write … Continue reading Book Review: Crooked Words by K. A. Cook

Monthly Forecast: August 2016

Contemporary kənˈtɛmp(ə)r(ər)i adjective 1. Living or occurring at the same time. "the event was recorded by a contemporary historian" 2. Belonging to or occurring in the present. "the tension and complexities of our contemporary society" noun 1. A person or thing living or existing at the same time as another. "he was a contemporary of … Continue reading Monthly Forecast: August 2016

The Beautiful Books 19: July

Hey there, Camp NaNoWriMo wasn't a success but it wasn't a failure either (in the strictest sense). I had a super amazing writing friend beta read what I had written so far and Kim did a brilliant job pointing out some problems, so if you need to hire an editor, talk to Kim. I meant … Continue reading The Beautiful Books 19: July

Camp NaNoWriMo: April 2016

Camp NaNoWriMo begins on the 1st of April, which means I'm going to be MIA for the next month while I attempt to write 50 000 words towards my Pushing Boundaries manuscript, a project I plan to have finished writing, edited and ready for publishing by the end of the University semester (I'm hoping for … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: April 2016

The Wacky Bookish Blog Tag

Hey there, I know I've been terrible with regular postings, I've hit a bit of a Blogging Slump when it comes to Book Reviewing, especially since it's December (aka the busiest time of the year in the retail industry) and Summer which makes me lethargic as fuck, however I shall persevere. I was reading My … Continue reading The Wacky Bookish Blog Tag