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Project updates

Posted by on Jul 9, 2015 in Life in Writing, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Every now and again, I like to give an update on new or current projects I’m working on. This may come as a surprise, but I actually have quite a few things on the go right now! Retail Hell I’ve started a webcomic! I’ve been wanting to do this for several years now, but always had been searching for an artist to collaborate with. After about 3 years of asking around to no success, I decided I’d do it on my own. I used to draw all the time, after all. So far, I’m having a blast with it! The comic updates every Wednesday. For now, I’m hosting it on Tumblr, but I hope to have a domain name for it eventually. Population: 1, Redux Population: 1 was an experimental interactive blog project I did from 2012-2013. Unfortunately, I didn’t know about Twine at the time, as it would have made a much better Twine game. Thus, I have decided to re-imagine and re-release the project through Twine! This will be my first full, finished game, and the scope of it is pretty large. It’s been going well, so far, though. Look for Population: 1 to be finished later in 2015. Tutoring I’ve been taking on clients for English tutoring. I’d love for this to be my new job, so I’m trying to promote this home business of mine as much as possible. If you know of anyone in need, please get them in touch with me! Amelia She’s not the same as other projects, but she does take up most of my time! She’s six months old now, which I’m having a hard time coming to terms with. She’s happy, healthy, and just the ray of sunshine my life needed. I’ve worked a lot of jobs, but being a mom is my favourite, by far. I mean… just look at that FACE. NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge Back in January, I entered NYC Midnight’s Short Story Challenge, and when I saw the registration for this one opening up, I knew I had to enter this one, too. Feedback comes with entry, also, which is worth the fee in itself! The challenge is that entrants are assigned objects, locations, and genres, and they must write stories based on what they’re assigned. The Short Story Challenge was a lot of fun, so I’m looking forward to this one! Maritime Fan-Demonium I have been working on the editing and some articles for this magazine project. As usual, I’m still open to collaborations, so please shoot me an e-mail if you have anything in...

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