Patreon

I have a Patreon that, frankly, I don’t use. I started it a while ago because I figured that was what I had to do as a writer in this new digital age. To be obscenely honest, I don’t think I could keep up with a Patreon. I thought it would be great because I... Continue Reading →

Much Ado About E-Notes

It's another "Much Ado" post! I guess I do these *shrug*. I have mentioned on this blog that I do hand edits after I type up my works. I print out my work double-space (which is usually a big stack of paper), sit down somewhere comfy and go over my work with a pen. Then... Continue Reading →

Braille! … Eventually.

I do eventually plan to have all my works available in Braille. Hopefully within 10 years. I simply want my works to be very accessible, no matter who is consuming it. My work is already available in audio, e-readers can make text massive and my books do exist as ebooks, For me, the final frontier... Continue Reading →

Glass Dip Pen!

I got a glass dip pen, partly because of the new upcoming book that’s coming out after Kinetics, partly because I always wanted a glass dip pen. They’re pretty! Mah Glass Dip Pen! With Cap! (That Doesn't Post)! I remember staring at more traditional glass dip pens in Barnes & Nobles when I was a... Continue Reading →

Black BookTubers, Bookstagrammers and more!

I talk about how I actively look for BIPoC reviewers. I wanted to share some info dump pages that showcases at least two hundred Black Booktubers, Bookstagramers and more. Through these lists, I also have found Melanin Library, an online library resource that shows countless books written by Black authors. They’re listed by genre also!... Continue Reading →

CIP, Cataloging-In-Publication, LCCN, Library of Congress – I worked there, let me tell you how things work”

I always think it’s a little weird for me to send in my works to the LCCN/CIP department at the Library of Congress. LCCN stands for “Library of Congress Control Number”. CIP stands for “Cataloging in Publication”. What it is (pulled from the website): “The Cataloging in Publication (CIP) Program creates bibliographic records for forthcoming... Continue Reading →

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