After many days of headaches and worries, my 9 to 5 finally allowed us to Work From Home (WFH). Don't get me wrong, I'm still worried, but not as as much. I worried about my Big Brother, who had Type 2. I'm calmer now and having to stay in. Since our governor just dropped the … Continue reading The Publishing Industry and COVID19
A while back I wrote a blog post referencing a video by the Nostalgia Critic asking the question, is weird the new good? https://authorwasimpsonblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/28/musing-082817-weird-is-the-new-brilliant/ The question recently came to my mind again by way of an article on the Barnes and Noble site, Science-Fiction/Fantasy Blog of 7 Impossible Fantasy Cities Worth the Visit by Sam … Continue reading Mini-Musing 4/13/19 ~ Should I Embrace The Weird?
With all the Musings, I’ve been writing for the past few weeks you would think this would be easier. I’m considering letting my work go. It took me five years to write my work mainly due to life throwing all types of crap at me and I’ve actually gotten some positive feedback not to mention … Continue reading Mini-Musing: 09/17/17 ~ It’s Hard to Let Go
Wow! Two Musings in two days, that’s a record! First I want to say that I’m not trying to offend ANYONE with this post, certainly not people in the industry. Either way this may or may not get me into a situation but I just need to get this out of my system.Again, if you’ve … Continue reading Musing 8/29/17– May I Have A Word, Literary Agents?
I'm a big fan of the Nostalgia Critic! Well it’s sort of an off and on relationship. I gave him up a few times but came back. Why mention this? Because there is a question I was pondering concerning stories that are not quite well -- they're different and they seem to be the type … Continue reading Musing 08/28/17– Weird is the New Brilliant?
So if you've checked my Facebook page, I didn't get the promotion at the 9 to 5. However, the department head is going to basically take me under his wing and get me the additional experience I need with the help of my supervisor. They want me to be ready for the next round which … Continue reading Musing 4/7/15 ~ "Ward, I’m worried about the Genre."