I don't usually go on spending sprees but lately, I have been dropping a few dollars (which is quite a few dollars in Canadian currency) on some stuff you might find interesting. Come and check out my stash at 2pm MST this Monday, on Facebook Live -- I'll host the video on my author page. I'll
What I did instead of writing, yesterday. Which is unusual. My usual form of procrastination is reading about productivity... (I know! -- Ironic, huh?) t.
Did you know more than fifty percent of the adult population fears public speaking more than dying? People would rather die than stand up and speak aloud to a group. Yeah, that's not me. Know what makes ME want to break out in hives? Point a camera at me. Yeah, I can do anything in public
I am immersed in significant historical dates this week. Later in the week or next week I will be talking about a project based upon another historical event which consumed nearly a week of my time and *nothing* else got done while I finished it...but it was so worth the headaches and sleep deprivation. The
Every year I write about May the Fourth, and every year, it seems, I explain why I cannot ignore the day. So this year, I won't. :) Instead, I'm bringing forward the most interesting post from previous years. You can also find other May the Fourth posts here and here. Have an interstellar day! t.
I love cracking open a new program and getting to know it. Playing around with the buttons and menus and figuring out how to get the program to do what I want is enormous fun. It scratches my curiousity bump and taps my creativity in completely different ways from story-telling. Most people I know can
This post was published five years ago today. Five years!! I've been keeping a blog for a long time. There are posts going back even further than this one, but I thought this one would bear repeating, for newer readers to discover. --t. I think the reason why I write fiction is pretty much out there
When most people think of "traditions", they're thinking of society-wide customs and habits that become ingrained over years and generations. The holiday season is a good example, for it is stuffed full of traditions. But traditions can be more personal and often, far more significant. For instance, a personal tradition of mine is to step
This is my first year celebrating the big Canadian holiday as a Canadian myself. To all my readers in Canada, have a great weekend, a fabulous meal, and a peaceful, enjoyable break with your family and loved ones. Enjoy! Cheers,
So, hey! Today is Canada Day. This is the first Canada Day I've celebrated as a Canadian citizen, too. Since I was naturalized in December last year, I've been itching to put "Canadian" on an official form somewhere and a couple of weeks ago that opportunity finally arrived. Guess what the form was for. Renewing