Mi pobrecito, August, is sick again. After a bout of conjunctivitis, he looked like his usual silly self for a couple of days. I heaved a sigh of relief and we carried on as usual.Continue reading“Pobrecito.”
Some of you have asked about purchasing my new books on a bigger platform. And now you can! Because…….
*drumroll*Continue reading“Exciting news!”
Ever since my sister moved to Oregon to pursue her residency, we’ve been doing a shared custody situation with our dog, Minnie.Continue reading“The arrival of August.”
I wake up to a buzzing inbox, and I am so touched.Continue reading“Thank you and next up!”
This is a moment I’ve been working towards for a long, long time. But now that we’re finally here, I find myself breathless and uncharacteristically at a loss for words.
At this point, I should be writing something flowery and clever — teasing you, dropping coy hints, but nope. Not happening.Continue reading“THE SECRET……IS OUT!”
Since I’ve gotten more serious about my writing, I’ve learned so much about how blogging works. It’s no longer getting an idea and putting it on paper or a screen. Everyone has opinions, everyone writes them down, everyone has access to a domain, so everyone has a blog, which means words are being created and edited and published and viewed and consumed at any given time. Continue reading“Important news! Please read.”
I’m a professional worrier, and this week, I’m earning my entire keep. On Thursday, at 3 pm, I’m set to participate in a meeting that decides Nirav’s academic plan and placement next year. Continue reading“Thursday can’t come fast enough.”
My brother-in-law got called the N-word yesterday. My sister, Koko, and he were house hunting in a tiny little Oregon town. They were walking out of a cute house in an affluent neighborhood when they heard it.
A couple of Caucasian teenagers yelled from across the street. “N–!”Continue reading“3 years.”
Just when the cabin fever was making me see red, I got a bright little email from one of my favorite publishing houses. BlackHarePress has featured one of my drabbles on their website. Theme – Vampires, with an austere 100 word limit.Continue reading“Deep breath out..”
A few thousand miles away, the Orange Flower awards happened. Women roared, cheered and showed what magic happens if we all speak together.Continue reading“Finalist, Runner up and Author.”