Week In Review: January 15th

Another week, another bouquet of content from me, including a lot that isn’t even on this blog.

Here are links for all 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: As always, I have my Lazy Sunday afternoon livestream write-in from 4:30pm-6:30pm EST. Come, hang out, and we’ll probably even do a few productivity sprints.

Content Around The Web:

On Youtube:

On the Podcast:

  • Moon Inspired World-Building – When you look at our history books and the artifacts that exist from prehistory, there’s a definite trend. Humanity has always looked upwards. From Stonehenge to the Pyramids in Maya and Egypt and elsewhere, to China’s Puyang Tomb and its mosaic of constellations, the moon and stars have always inspired us. In this episode, I discuss 5 aspects of world building the moon can influence.

On The Blog (In Case You Missed Them):

  • Author Spotlight: Christiane Joy Allison — a multi-award-winning author, activist, and public speaker from the great state of Alaska. Here she’s sharing writing tips, writerly musings, and talking about her cyberpunk stories that star characters with chronic conditions (Ehlers-Danlos).
  • Morgan’s 2021 Resolutions — My annual priorities and upcoming goals.

Events:

None scheduled, yet. But watch out, I’m sure they’re coming.

Wildfire Shifters: Collection 1 - Kindle edition by Chant, Zoe. Paranormal  Romance Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

What I’ve Been Reading:

I binged a lot of paranormal romances by Zoe Chant this week.

New Works By Previous Guests!

The Kindly One: And Other Horrific Tales by [Danielle Ackley-McPhail]
More Tips From the Handyman by [Danielle Ackley-McPhail]

Danielle Ackley-McPhail has two new books out: The Kindly One and Other Horrific Tales and, sharing her own writing tips and writerly musings: More Tips from the Handyman.


Well, that’s all for this week! See you later.

Week In Review: January 8th

Welcome to 2021.

Maybe you only see a post of mine on occasion. Maybe you only follow my blog.

Well, I can tell you, I didn’t earn my burnout just by making blog content. I’m EVERYWHERE! So, welcome to my new feature: my week-in-review, with all 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 Facebook’s Concellation Group: I’ll be helping hosting the text-only AMA (ask me anything) with Joe Haldeman! The author best known for The Forever War. Friday at 3pm EST.

On Youtube: As always, (since August), I have my Lazy Sunday afternoon livestream write-in from 4:30pm-6:30pm EST. Come, hang out, and we’ll probably even do a few productivity sprints.

Content Around The Web:

On Youtube:

On the Podcast:

On The Blog (In Case You Missed Them):

Events:

None scheduled, yet. But watch out, I’m sure they’re coming.

Mass Market Paperback How to Paint a Cat Book

What I’ve Been Reading:

I enjoyed a cute little cat cozy called, How To Paint A Cat by Rebecca M. Hale. (from my to-read bookcase). [1/36]

New Works By Previous Guests!

Since this is a new feature, I’ve got a few to catch up on, but after this week, you’ll just have brand new releases here.

Dead of Winter Break (A Cassandra Sato Mystery Book 3)

Kelly Brakenhoff is up to Book 3 in her Cassandra Sato Mystery series with: Dead of Winter Break.

And for younger readers, featuring Duke, the deaf dog (an ASL series), she has Farts Make Noise.

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In D.C. Ekphrastic: Crisis of Faith, you’ll find Katherine Mercurio Gotthardt‘s thought provoking poetry and Ethan Meurlin’s evocative street photography.


Well, that’s all for this week! See you later.

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Happy New Year!