In which a homeschooler tries to write contemporary YA

"Maybe I'll just set it in a small college and then get my editor to help me change everything to high school details after the manuscript gets accepted." "I think I should Snapchat my sister who is actually in high school and see if that gives me more inspiration." "These problems are pretty universal, right?" … Continue reading In which a homeschooler tries to write contemporary YA

The good things: thankfulness link-up

I think it's silly how so many of us took to the blogs when the Church gatekeepers wouldn't listen to us, and how so many of us are now so invested in policing each other. To counter that, I'd like to talk about this year. This year has been terrible, you all know that. My … Continue reading The good things: thankfulness link-up

A Confession (a guest post)

Christian fundamentalism and Christian patriarchy hurt men too. I'm sobered and thankful for this guest post by my friend Tim. -h *** I have been avoiding this all day. All week. In one way or another, I've been avoiding this all my life. Some of you may think you know me, but you don't, not … Continue reading A Confession (a guest post)

Update on Sarah

Sarah sent me this update on her school funding situation tonight! She's almost set for college -- just a few things left on her Amazon wishlist, and she leaves on Monday. Thank you to everyone who helped! I'd like to say a giant "Thank you!" to all the wonderful people who have helped me with … Continue reading Update on Sarah