Rest

There's no big blog post this Saturday because I'm taking some time off to rest and celebrate this weekend. I'd usually feel bad about this, but it's been such a busy end of December for me and mine - plus, feeling frantic about rest periods is something I'm gently trying to unlearn. Both of my … Continue reading Rest

Four Horrible Christmas Things that I am Excited to Wear to Your Sensible Grown-Up Holiday Party

There are three important things that you should know about me. I am: 1) obsessed with Christmas, 2) a fan of fantastically ugly clothes, and 3) not easily embarrassed in public. December is the time when all of this comes together in a perfect storm and the worst of my wardrobe comes out. It's amazing … Continue reading Four Horrible Christmas Things that I am Excited to Wear to Your Sensible Grown-Up Holiday Party

Don’t Make These Holiday Recipes For Your Vegetarian Guests

If you're a meat-eater and you have vegetarian and vegan guests coming over for your holiday feasts this year, you might be worried about feeding them well. Not all of us like the standard offers of stuffed peppers or garlic mushrooms, and not everyone's down with my usual plan of 'slam one of those Quorn … Continue reading Don’t Make These Holiday Recipes For Your Vegetarian Guests

Review – A Hidden Hope: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose

A Hidden Hope is the first of a series of adult novellas that promises unignorable attraction, writing panels at SFF conventions, and girl-on-girl action. This is a short, spicy, sweet novella about two authors who meet at a convention three years post-breakup. The story opens with a contrast - an alien darkness in England versus … Continue reading Review – A Hidden Hope: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose