Week In Review: September 16th, 2022

In Case You Missed it, here’s the round-up of all of my latest content, plus updates from old guests!

Read on if you want to know more. If not? See you next week with more writing tips and writerly musings.

Coming up this week:

On Youtube:

On Twitch:

  • Or join the Lazy Sunday Afternoon “Productivity Stream” here on twitch!

Content Around The Web:

On Youtube/Twitch:

  • Is a Writer’s Workshop Right For Me?Whether you’ve been writing for a while or dreaming of getting away and actually having time to write, many of us have wondered if a writer’s workshop was right for us.

On the Podcast Writing Tips and Writerly Musings:

  • In the Background: Class in YA FantasyIn the real world, the social class we come from can have far-reaching consequences in our lives: from the jobs we hold, to the things that worry us, to our long-lasting health. Getting class, and its consequences right, can be tricky to do.

On The Blog (In Case You Missed It):

Upcoming Events:

CapClaveSeptember 30 – October 2ndSchedule to come.

What I’ve Been Reading:

The latest shifter romance novella by Zoe Chant:

Dragons and Cupcakes

Dragon shifter Caleb’s only hope of breaking his family’s devastating bad luck curse is an ancient, badly burned parchment. That, and a clue leading him to a small town called Girdwood Springs, are all he has to go on.

What he hadn’t counted on finding in his search was a beautiful, determined woman… who just happens to be his fated mate. And who has just busted him committing what might technically be considered trespassing. What else could possibly go wrong?

With a property developer seeking to raze her beloved forest to the ground, ranger Kira has enough on her plate already. And now, to top it all off, some smoking hot guy with zero camping knowledge and an inability to read signs saying DO NOT ENTER has apparently decided to go on a strange scavenger hunt in her forest.

Obviously, it’s in her best interest that she personally escorts this oddly charming weirdo around the area. Helps him pitch a tent. Shares a cup of coffee with him. Confides her fears about the forest’s future to him. Falls head over heels, in more ways than one.

Together, with a little skill and a lot of courage and some fated mate destiny, maybe they can turn their luck around.

New Works By Previous Guests:

None this week, check back soon!

Picture(s) of the Week:

Somewhere between WorldCon/ChiCon8 and getting home, I finally succumbed to COVID-19. Symptoms started Wednesday-ish, but I didn’t test positive until last Saturday morning.

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