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Thought Patterns

Ramblings of an Insane, Lesbian, Book Writing Crip

Updated: 2017-05-14T01:32:43Z


How to Get Your Nook Books


We don’t do Kindle. Never have. Never will. Instead we get epub formats since they are quite universal. Nearly any ereader can view them with little to no converting. Which is why I dislike Kindle. […]

Canine Comparisons


It is amazing how much bigger they are in your head. Quinn is now the age Joella was when we got her. And in my mind, Quinn is much smaller than Jo. Jo was bigger, […]

Wixing Mords


(this post was supposed to appear a few days ago but there were…issues.) I don’t know the trigger for it when I can’t speak worth beans. Words come out in a jumble, out of order, […]

Temporary Site Problem


Seems as though some one managed to get past stuff and “infect” this website and one other (not really a virus type of thing, just injection of some crap). I *think* I have found the […]

Precognition or Just Bad Luck?


To Sleep was a hard book to write. It started out in one direction then the logistics of it (a reader can only suspend so much belief before the book becomes airborne) got too tangled. […]

Shutting Down Cortana


I don’t like Cortana. Don’t want it. Didn’t ask for it. I find the entire thing not just a waste of resources on my already choked computer, but an invasion of my privacy. If you […]

Writing the Disabled Character, Part 1


Here I am using the term “disabled” loosely. This can mean anything from quadriplegia to asthma. If an illness/condition is as much a part of their character sketch as their humor, then consider them a […]