Last night I spent a few hours brainstorming with an old pal. It has been years since we’d had the opportunity to do so. Her life, and mine, has been very hectic. Today there has been this sense of satisfaction. I finally got things handled, I finally figured out something that had been bugging me for years about BP.

Today I put that stuff into practice and have been editing, fixing, arranging and scheduling on Patreon. And napping. Hey the brainstorming session was late at night! ­čśŤ

A funny; I accidentally posted the chapter I was trying to schedule. I apologize folks, I did fix it, but it made me laugh.

I miss having a proper office. My computer is next to my bed (the laptop took a shit) and it’s getting very aggravating not having a proper writing space. I would get a desk, but there’s no place to put one.

I’m all over the place today, sorry.

I need book suggestions. Any genre. I want to get myself back to reading. Isn’t that horrible? I haven’t read new fiction in a while now. So if y’all could suggest some books and authors I’d appreciate it.

I hope you all had a good monday.

Be kind to each other.

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  1. I can make a few recommendations in various genres, as I’m pretty widely read these days.

    Great series (first book and series title):

    SF/YA: Derelict and the Halcione Space Series by L J Cohen (Ljcblue @FM)
    Superhero/zombie mashup: Ex-Heroes and the whole series from Peter Clines
    Hilarious supers: Rules of Supervillainy and the Supervillainy Saga by CT Phillips
    SF/Zombies/Political thriller: Feed and the Newsfeed Trilogy from Mira Grant

    Decent spec fic stand-alones:

    The Mermaid’s Sister by Carrie Ann Noble (I listened to the audible)
    Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
    God’s War by Kameron Hurley (technically a series, but I only read the first so far and it was good by itself)

    Non-spec books (mostly creative non-fic) I have recently enjoyed:

    The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
    I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou

    Currently listening to/reading and good so far:

    Horns by Joe Hill (not even sure what genre this is, honestly, but probably whatever The Screwtape Letters from CS Lewis are called)
    The Gospel of Loki by Joan M. Harris

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