Many millennia ago, and by that I mean some months, so same thing, I was tagged for the Imaginary Assistant Tag! This tag was begun by the talented Mariposa Aristeo, and the rules are as follows: 1. Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their blog (assistants won’t work for ungrateful bosses). … Continue reading The Imaginary Assistant Tag: meet Gus!
Happy new year of weirdness! I have a shiny new blogivarsary post, but it’s not ready to be kicked off a cliff just yet, and I want to post something I feel I did best on for this ~*~most momentous occasion~*~ so I’ll be posting it tomorrow. But I didn't want to leave you hanging, so … Continue reading Well, here we are again!
As you might have already noticed, I’ve lost contact with my posting schedule. She’s gone, she packed her bags, and left for a better world. But here’s the deal, there are only two Wednesdays left this year, and one of them is Christmas. So, I thought this would be a good time for a hiatus. … Continue reading (Almost) One Year of Weirdness
Did you know? I had a blog post I was really excited about to write last week, but a multi-headed monster that is the embodiment of falling behind in NaNoWriMo attacked me, and I has to use a cat powered by dynamite to repel it? That’s why I was gone. Funny, huh? Anyway, I still … Continue reading Scratch Paper
Well, NaNoWriMo is upon us! How are you all holding up? Any casualties (authors or characters)? The news over here is that my brain is fried and I’m slowly forgetting how to type. But at least I’m still on track! *whispers* sacrifices must be made. So I was nominated for *flourish of kazoos* The Leibster … Continue reading The Liebster Award returns… this time with giant robots
The secret to a successful NaNoWriMo is preparing ahead of time, and that’s why Inktober was invented, so I would be even more distracted. And it’s working! Inktober is a month-long art challenge where you draw something in ink every day of October… or every other day, or every week, or whenever, and it doesn’t … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Lots of Trees