Month: April 2019

  • Inspired | April 2019

    Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in April.

  • Project366: #81-90

    Black and white photo of spools of lace on a shelf. Photo by Reghan Skerry.

    Just to preface the last ten days worth of photos: it has been a very rainy week. I’ve been stuck inside, and the light has been terrible.

  • Snapshot #125 | 10 Things for 21 April 2019

    Happy Easter – or Passover – if you celebrate! Happy Cheap-Chocolate-Day Eve if you don’t. I’ve had an incredibly busy couple of weeks: finishing | trying | getting | figuring | looking | wondering | finding | buying | making | trying

  • The Black Sun (Round Two Edits): Finished!

    I have finished the second major round of edits on The Black Sun!

    It took a little longer than I’d planned, but I wrapped up the revisions yesterday. (Considering I added approximately 20,000 words this time around… I think the extra time was worth it.)

  • Project366: #71-80

    A crow walking in the snow. Photo by Reghan Skerry.

    I’m on a bit of a black-and-white kick lately. Mostly because of the recent snowfall (which wasn’t really that unusual, as much as I want to complain about it), but also because… I just really like shooting for black-and-white. It changes my process, in a good way.

  • Snapshot #124 | 10 Things for 7 April 2019

    It’s been a busy two weeks. I’ve been: hoping | tracking | tidying | deciding | planning | getting | trying | finding | looking | wondering

  • The next thing.

    If everything goes according to plan, I’ll be finishing up work on The Black Sun in a month or two. Really finishing—I’m sure there will be another flurry of work sometime in the future, but I’ve gone just about as far as I can go with this particular story right now.

  • Project366: #61-70

    A stack of white bowls against a white background. Photo by Reghan Skerry.

    About two weeks ago, I picked up set of cheap clip-on lenses for my phone. They’re nothing fancy, but they’re a fun little toy—especially the macro lens.

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