Isn’t that the question? Unless, of course, your question is “what the hell is a NaNo?” NaNoWriMo, as it’s awkwardly and affectionately called, stands for National Novel Writing Month. It is billed as a competition – something you either win or lose – to push people to write a 50K word novel in 30… Continue reading To NaNo or not to NaNo
Hello friends. I’m 100% trying to be better about keeping this up to date. Now that my revisions have gone back to my agent and I’ve started a new book (more on that later) this all seems like it might be possible. I’m probably setting myself up for failure, but hey…. So this month we… Continue reading My Kind of Town
Hello friends. It has been a VERY long time since I posted here and many things have happened. Some good, some great, some heartbreaking. So let’s start with Italy! We spent two weeks and saw Rome, Livorno, Bologna (where I ate the best tortellini of my life) and Venice. We picked Livorno because it was… Continue reading I’m still alive!
This weekend, I went to with some very dear friends to go see David Bowie Is at the Brooklyn Museum. To say that I had my mind blown and then reformed and then blown again and then reformed again would be an understatement. Firstly before we get into the finer details can we take a… Continue reading David Bowie Is
In times of uncertainty art can be transformed into both a weapon and a shield. It is used to remind us who we are, to capture where we came from and to imagine where we could be. Art has the power to wake people up, alter their path, shake them into awareness. This past year,… Continue reading Art Has Power: Winedrunk Sidewalk Submissions Call for Women’s History Month