I've been in the mood for a crafting/farming game lately, but have had a hard time scratching that itch. I can't say that Graveyard Keeper does that, per se, but it has been a delightful adventure. In Graveyard Keeper, you play... a graveyard keeper. But it's not all landscaping and … [Read more...] about What I’m Playing: Graveyard Keeper
My family is quite supportive of my writing. My husband is one of my alpha readers, and his feedback has been invaluable over the years. My mother and grandmother both read my books once they're published (which I try not to think about while I'm writing them), and one of my aunts is a fan too. I'm … [Read more...] about What does your family think of your writing?
A couple of years ago, I took a trip to New Orleans with a few fellow authors, and while I was there I was introduced to the concept of mind mapping by one of my cohorts. What is a mind map? You've probably seen one before, you just didn't realize what it was. According to mindmapping.com, "A … [Read more...] about Mind Mapping
A veterinary ophthalmologist. I know. Specific, right? You see, my grandmother got a collie when I was a kid, and collies are prone to a variety of medical conditions, one of which is eye problems. It had never occurred to my adolescent mind that animals might have problems with their eyes the … [Read more...] about As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Season 5 of Netflix's Queer Eye recently dropped, and the timing couldn't have been better. I'll admit, I wasn't super interested in this series when it first came out. I'm not even sure what made me decide to give it a try, but it hooked me from the very first episode of season 1. I remember … [Read more...] about What I’m Watching: Queer Eye Season 5