New year, many of the same projects. Let’s go down the list…
Tag Archives: A Girl and Her Fed
State of the Comic, 2018
Next Monday, the comic enters the last chapter of the second story arc. This is bittersweet to me: there will be a third story arc to the comic, and all of the characters will still be there. But there will be another minor time skip, so while I’ll still be working with the same characters,Continue reading “State of the Comic, 2018”
Short Fiction – Who Tells Your Story
This isn’t Hamilton fanfic. This is what happens when there is Hamilton fanfic in a world where ghosts gain or lose power based solely on “how well and widely they are remembered”, and takes place in that oddly physical limbo between life and whatever comes next as seen in A Girl and Her Fed.
Never-Ending List of Things to Do, Feb ’16 Edition
Write a blog post. Quiet, brain, I’m working. Write a blog post! Working. Hush. I’ll give you cookies. Write a blog post or I’ll remind you about this thing you did when you were eight. Fine. Okay. Right. Let’s organize the work schedule for the next few months, shall we?
Attention Deficit Disorder and First-person Perspective
How do you manage a character with ADD? Ritalin and sickle weasels, of course.
A brief roundup of the AGAHF world.
(Yes, if I had known these projects would take over my creative life, I would not have given this world the same acronym as the sound I make when I sneeze.)
George Washington is the most fun, ever.
On George Washington, and characters with Zero Fucks to Give
Master Plans, and the Problems Therein
Long-running webcomic stories, and the wiggle room needed to achieve Nefarious Ends.
On race, gender, and characters, comic and otherwise.
What it says on the tin.
Excerpt: Introducing Speedy
A teaser excerpt from a possible Hope Blackwell novel.