My thoughts on Coldwater are complicated. I loved the story, but took issue with the writing, because my nightmares still consist of the days when I had to eat, sleep and breathe diagrammed sentences.
Archives for Month: January 2018
This is an overview of the reading challenges I partook in last year and the ones I’ll be participating in this year.
I don’t know what this year holds, so I’m not expecting anything major. What I do know is that I will conduct Janepedia differently—probably more so than ever before, like I’m a totally different person. Because I kind of am.
Aside from working to be more open about my dissociative identity disorder on my blog, I’m considering serializing a novel I’m writing instead of first going the traditional publishing vs. indie publishing routes.
You know those movies that are hard to watch for incomprehensible reasons? Many Sparrows is one of those books.
I can honestly say my blog wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for my readers. So many times, I was tempted to give up on this thing—when I was hacked, when I lost all my files, when I had a bad day, when I was depressed, when my life sucked.
This post is for you.
As I type this, I’m freezing my feet off. I’m dressed in a long-sleeved, blue cotton-and-flannel button-up, black fleece pants comprised of this bear-looking thing wearing a sash and “AARGHH!” in the background (the tag has a Star Wars logo), a black shirt I got three dots of yellow acrylic paint on while making a […]
An overview of my life and blog in 2017, from drama to beating around the bush.
I typed “janepedia” into the address bar to check whether
https:// would prefix my domain, and saw, in red text, “Your page is not mobile-friendly.”
Since Google penalizes websites that fail this test now, fixing it became a priority.