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I know that Ileandra and I are separate. We write different things and find freedom in being able to go our own way, each without worrying about the other. But… we are still one person. The Shared Brain still holds … Continue reading
Excerpt time! I feel like it’s been ages since I promised you guys this. And, to be honest, I may have to take the post away at a later date, but for now, here is an excerpt of Slippers & … Continue reading
Writing can be so lonely. You lock yourself away (if you’re lucky) in a private space (if you’re really lucky) and stare at a screen or blank piece of paper for hours. Distractions disrupt the creative flow so you hang … Continue reading
Questioning yourself. Not so much about whether you’re right or wrong, but your abilities. I do this all the time. In fact, after Liar’s League back in March, I came home and asked Dave (bearing in mind he was in … Continue reading
I’ve always loved that word. I don’t know why. Paraphernalia…. Just gives the impressive of lots and lots of stuff and that this stuff is really mega important or just so interesting that it has to be given a stupidly … Continue reading
Open or closed door sex. I haven’t seen many conversations about this on the web, but I have been thinking about it a lot. I’ve just reached a chapter in editing SORB that read far more like something Raven would … Continue reading
I like to share. In fact I probably share more than Ileandra. Not sure why that is. I just do. I like telling you things. Sometimes that works for me, sometimes it doesn’t. But I don’t tell you everything. Nor … Continue reading