Category: Personal

I Am So Sorry About Me

Dear You, I’ve spent so much of this blog talking to me. Now, don’t get me wrong, I think me is great, but me isn’t the only thing in the universe. And I really need to stop talking just to me so much. When I first created this blog, I did it because I wanted to have my own place on the internet to talk about what I wanted to talk about. Now, that’s great and all, and it really

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Making Abstract Philosophy Practical

As you may know, I’m working on revising an anthology. As you may not know, I originally wrote some of these pieces eight years ago (aka, when I was just barely a teenager). I’m discovering that I’ve changed a lot since I wrote them, and it’s weird to find another person speaking through my words. Which means I have a problem. Well, more like a choice:  In my first year of university, I took a philosophy class called “Knowledge and Reality”

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The Scariest Thing on the Internet

“The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.” Chimimanda Adichie I’m scared out of my mind to say that I’m a Christian, or to talk about Christianity. In one of my earlier blog posts, tried to talk about this, but I skated around the issue and explained everything very poorly. I didn’t say what I was thinking because I

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Unobservant, or “Differently Focused”?

Several years ago, my siblings and mom ganged up on my dad and me for April Fool’s Day by setting all the clocks in our house an hour ahead. They pulled it off brilliantly, even changing the alarm clocks in our rooms without our noticing. The only things they couldn’t change were the phone and the stereo in my room and so they thought we’d figure it out in a couple of hours. We went the entire day. We probably

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How to Make Breakfast Like a Pro

(vaguely inspired by My Drunk Kitchen) Step 1: Enter the kitchen at 2:30pm, because you’ve spent the past four hours in your room and only realized fifteen minutes ago that you had low blood sugar. Step 2: While staring into the fridge and getting distracted by so many options, decide to keep a running commentary in your head so that you can stay focused in spite of food brain. Step 1: Pretend the first two steps weren’t actually steps and pull

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Erica's Story (WIP title) | The Books of Bílo (WIP title) #1
First draft 29%
Hunter and Prey | White Changeling #3
First draft 100%

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Hidden in Sealskin
The Illuminated Heart
Dreaming of Her and Other Stories
The Kitten Psychologist Tries to Be Patient Through Email
The Tree Remembers
Like Mist Over the Eyes
The Kitten Psychologist Broaches the Topic of Economics
The Kitten Psychologist
Plunged Ashore
The Kitten Psychologist Versus The Kitten's Owners