It's a short list at the moment, but I have started a few things since I finished my holiday projects. First, my reward for getting everything done: socks in Tsuki Mountain Fibers in the colorway Guardian. I've been eyeing this yarn for ages, and saving it for something special. It ended up being a bit… Continue reading New Year WIPs
I'll be rolling out some changes to my Patreon in 2021. Currently, there are two levels, which will be staying the same: Shadows: $1/monthMy everlasting gratitudeAccess to weekly 1st draft chapters so you can see my writing process as it evolvesAdvance access to Would this Kill Me in the 1800s? and other history-oriented postsAccess to… Continue reading Coming soon to a Patreon near you!
Technically, there's still another day left. If you are still writing, keep going! You can do it. Last night around 9:30, I finally cracked 50k. I may write a little extra today, just so I can get that shiny badge for updating my word count every day, but as I was putting my word count… Continue reading Nanowrimo Wrap Up 2020
...A new set of boot toppers. I love my boots. But I have a weird thing, especially with my knee high boots--I hate the sound the zipper pull makes when I walk. I'm also a bit knock-kneed, so sometimes they rub together. Enter a pair of neutral boot cuffs. I knit these using some random… Continue reading Giving the Boot
Thank you to everyone who took the time to read my last post about Patreon. I did decide to go ahead and update my patron system. There are now only 2 support levels: $1 and $3/month, and I've simplified the rewards as well. For more information, check out my Patreon page. I've got the first… Continue reading Patreon Update
One thing indie authors frequently have to do is create multiple revenue streams. One thing I've been toying with is a Patreon or other subscriber based platform. I had had one for a while but it was an epic failure for many reasons, not the least of which being that I had no idea what… Continue reading Questions