That’s been the theme of this week, which is a little ironic. Ironic because, I hate new year’s resolutions. Hate them. They just seem so arbitrary. You can’t resolve more on January first than you can on December thirtieth. You have the same amount of resolved on both days.
But, I want to do this more as myself and less as “the author”. I’m at a complete loss when I’m just being “the author”. I don’t know what to talk about or what I want to say. Sometimes, if I do, I censor that because others might not like it.
No more of that. It’s time to do this strictly as myself. That might look a little bit country with a side of Starbucks, and that’s okay. I’m okay with that.
There will be more scifi at some point, but there will also be a bit more of my own world in there, beginning with my Southern Gothic series on Radish. To sign up to receive a very sparse newsletter for updates you can do that here:
Might I Suggest…
Sometimes, love chooses you. In a future world where aliens are hated, loving one is the most dangerous thing a girl can do. Mal Renata was born with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth, but it never stopped her from becoming the voice of the Braxian people. As an activist fighting off mankind’s inevitable slide into cruelty and prejudice, she wants to stop the Scourge bill from becoming law, but how can she do that, if the bill’s supporters keep dying? Public outcry wants someone to pay, so she intends to give them someone.