Conclusions on Writing

| Sunday, June 28th, 2015, 17:45:19

Well. I missed EoD's anniversary. So be it. I've had a little over ten weeks away from various internet places; shorter some places. I feel like it's helped, though that wasn't the intent when I left. I didn't even realise I would be leaving. Part of it was and still is, the ever present depression. […]

Perhaps something needs to change

| Thursday, April 16th, 2015, 19:00:54

Why do I have this blog, one wonders, if I do not regularly update it? But then the point was more to have a home where I can say things, and if people disagree with me, well, I've said it. The following is a quote I've seen attributed to a Professor Brian Cox: The problem […]

How To Think Sideways CLOSES IN FORTY-NINE HOURS

| Wednesday, March 4th, 2015, 15:00:31

I didn't expect to make a second post about How To Think Sideways' final registration period before it's closed for 2015. However, this is important. As soon as it rolls around to Friday on the US time zone, HTTS will be closed until 2016. From memory, Holly hasn't guaranteed when that will be, so it […]

How To Think Sideways is closing for a year

| Saturday, February 28th, 2015, 13:00:11

Last year, I promoted Holly Lisle's How To Think Sideways. And I am doing so again, because Holly is making the best decision for herself, and for the course: she is moving it to a once a year registration as it works best when you go through it with a class. It is currently open […]

Thus, It Was Decreed: 2015

| Monday, January 5th, 2015, 18:30:27

So I think having some sort of loose schedule for my time might help me be more productive. Nothing too rigid, but certainly some form of structure to give me an idea of what's going on; what I want to be accomplishing for that day. Over at Weaver of Words, Erin Zarro is beginning a […]