Cooking with Pinterest: Pineapple Fried Rice

I recently tried this recipe for pineapple fried rice. I have had some awesome pineapple fried rice over the years at various restaurants, so I was eager to try this recipe. I like fried rice in general, so I fully expected to like it. I ended up making this twice....

Cooking with Pinterest: Honey Garlic Baked Cauliflower

Time to start a new feature: Cooking with Pinterest. I used to pin all kinds of things to my Pinterest page, but it’s devolved to nothing but a place to save recipes. It’s very good at that, so I have no complaints. And I’ve actually been trying some of the recipes!...

Motivation

I never need to find motivation to edit someone else’s work. Deadlines provide proper motivation. But finding motivation to write has proven elusive… until recently. I like stickers. When I was in elementary school, I had a pretty good sticker collection....

Story artwork!

Every story in the Athena’s Daughters anthology has accompanying artwork. And mine is now available! It is perfect! I love it. If you missed the Kickstarter, you can pre-order the book from the publisher here:...

Farpoint

It was fun! I mostly stuck with the writing panels rather than the science panels this time. I learned a few things. I hung out with friends. I met some other writers. I found something I want to buy at a future con once I have a job again. (This one dealer had these...

Athena’s Daughters – Story Preview!

Here is a preview of my story that will be in Athena’s Daughters. (Click to go to the Kickstarter!) Moon Fall by Tanya Spackman Amaia was relieved to finally find a bit of peace as she dressed her mother’s body at the funeral home. She’d been...

Buy my book!

Click to go to Kickstarter and buy! Today is an exciting day. Today I take an important step to becoming a published writer! The Kickstarter is live! This is really happening! The title of this post isn’t entirely accurate – it’s not “my...

Words in a pleasing sequence

I spent the weekend at Capclave, a small literary science fiction and fantasy convention. The guest of honor was George R.R. Martin (the Game of Thrones dude); however, I have not read Game of Thrones, nor have I seen the series, so his presence meant nothing to me....