Thanks to MK England for tagging me in the writing rituals video! I didn’t answer any of the questions, but I did what inspired me! Which was to poke fun at my own rituals and how they can fail me sometimes. See, rituals are intended to get you into the proper headspace for getting work done, so you have to re-evaluate if it isn’t working for you!
A lovely tangential video about coffee, machetes, kumquats, and how most of those things relate to writing and editing.
(Also, someday I will totally publish these things on the day I film them. Hopefully)
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…in which I chat about petty (temporary) theft, chapter breakout summaries, outdated technology, talking with potential new clients for my agent, and the art of multitasking.
This is the construction of a journey to a metaphor of an armoire. AKA: I built a jewelry armoire (aka I put on the legs & top).
Also, no jewelry is featured in this video.
There are, however, sharp objects.
A typical Saturday morning of an author. Any writer knows the struggle of the pen cup.
You know how it goes. One pen, two pens, 90-thousand pens—half of which don’t work. All of it resulting in a tetris-jenga mess.
THE NAMELESS QUEEN, my debut novel, is out in Spring 2018!! AHHH! (Mark it as to-read on GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28173303-the-nameless-queen)
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R&R: Rebecca and Rebecca discuss who will be doing the writing for the day, and they don’t quite agree.
Things I still fail at: lighting, controlling cloud cover, the inexplicable 2px bar between screens.
R&R is Rebecca and Rebecca, get it?
THE NAMELESS QUEEN, coming to a theater (but really a bookstore) near you (depend where you live) soon (in 2018).
Thought I’d test out my new macbook and see how the video software works. Split screen? Done. Timing? Nailed it.
Light quality and color editing? Not so much.