Hello, everyone! I’m excited to attend The Women in Publishing Summit this week. I can’t wait to share what I learn with all of you. Cheers!
Hello, dear readers. Thanks so much for your support over the years. This year, as I continue building my professional writing and consulting career, I hope to be able to post more consistently.
In the meantime, the snow is melting, geese are honking, and the sun’s staying in the sky a little longer each day. The groundhog didn’t see his shadow, so let’s celebrate! I’m selling Kindle copies of my book for just 99 cents until March 5!
Claim your copy starting at 8 AM PST tomorrow and be sure to keep an eye out for updates about the sequel, Open Borders, as well as my other work on the portfolio page. You guys are the best!
Hills to the Sea, Auckland, New Zealand
Several days ago, I got banned from posting, commenting, or messaging anyone on FB because I made a snarky, tongue-in-cheek comment about the opposite gender to which some mal-adjusted individuals living in their mothers’ basements felt the need to report to the Big Zucc. Boom: 7 days in FB jail.
During this time, I’ve been withdrawing from a very dangerous social media addiction that has plagued my life for years. I finished reading Outliers, which one of my best friends let me borrow. I began re-reading The Great Gatsby, engaged more with my Snapchat friends and rapidly-growing Twitter following, and thought up this blog post.
Now that I’m allowed to post again, I’ve been keeping my time on the platform short. Facebook has become boring and Zuckerberg’s antics aren’t worth dealing with. Hordes of netizens have expressed discontent at his handling of Instagram since it was bought out by Facebook. The ongoing censorship issues and privacy issues have me siding with Gen Z on using Snap, Twitter, and TikTok more than other platforms.
I’m breathing. I’m learning. Most importantly, I’m not on Facebook right now.
Hello, SEers! Mae here with you today as we enter a new month. Happy first day of July! In June, I raised the question “are writers born or made?” Today, I want to follow up with another question: can the writing gene be inherited? Think about the Bronte sisters. Neither parent was a writer, though […]
It’s hard to believe that 4 years have passed since I started Scribe’s Canvas. It’s been a kind of haphazard journey. Long stretches with nothing The post 4 Years of Facing Fears appeared first on Scribe’s Canvas.
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My boyfriend and I are going on vacation. The following is our itinerary:
June 14 – Odessa, FL
June 15 – Alachua, FL
June 16-18 – Atlanta, GA
June 19-21 – Richmond, VA
June 22-23 – NYC
June 24-??? – Albany, NY