Month: May 2019

  • Inspired | May 2019

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

  • Sketchbook #43

    May has taught me that I really do need to build a better system for managing my writing projects.

    It started off well enough—I had finished drafts of both The Black Sun and Violet Lane, vague plans for my next project (very tentatively titled These Modern Things), and I was excited to move forward. And then… not much happened.

  • Project366: #111-120

    Project366: #111-120

    The good news is, I’m happier with this batch of photos than I was with the last one. Not all of them, of course, but there are more good ones than bad, and there are a few that I’m really happy with.

  • Levelling Up

    One of my resolutions for 2019 was to “actively seek out inspiration,” to not only look for the art and media that made me want to do things, but to engage with it more.

  • Snapshot #127 | 10 Things for 19 May 2019

    Things got off to a bit of a slow start, but overall, the last two weeks have been really good. I’ve been: starting | moving | thinking | getting | deciding | accepting | chipping | looking | setting | making

  • Project366: #101-110

    Project366: #101-110

    Ok. Yeah.

    The last ten days of photos… aren’t great. They’re not awful, I don’t actively hate any of them, but… most of them are ok at best. I only genuinely like two of these photos.

  • Snapshot #126 | 10 Things for 5 May 2019

    You guys. The last two weeks have been so busy. I’ve been: nursing | thinking | making | baking | figuring | planning | starting | feeling | troubleshooting | looking

  • Project366: #91-100

    Project366: #91-100

    I’ve got mixed feelings about this group of photos. Literally: I am absolutely in love with half of them, and I’m decidedly meh about the rest.

  • Sketchbook #42

    The end of April kind of snuck up on me, but here it is: time to check in with how I’m doing with my overall creative goals, and figure out what those goals are going forward.

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