Poetry Archive :: Cease

I spend an awful lot of time in my life online being exposed to a particular brand of selfish, arrogant and blinkered attitudes. Many of these emanate from individuals who view me, as a woman who's been gaming since the 1970's, as some kind of curiosity to be poked, studied and summarily laughed at. Then … Continue reading Poetry Archive :: Cease

Too Much

https://twitter.com/Patreon/status/941005364882845696 There are moments in your life where sorry is not the response you want. https://twitter.com/AlternativeChat/status/941016970748710912 For a lot of people, Patreon's about face will be a relief. However, for me I now realise that this turn of events was exactly the kick up the arse I needed to do stuff better for myself. There … Continue reading Too Much

Beautiful Dreamer

Okay, next week is November, and I need to get my arse in gear.¬†There's a plan in place for Haiku to cover the entire month (more on that on Monday) and I'm going to announce on that day the subject matter for the month's worth of Micropoetry in one hit. This allows me to plan … Continue reading Beautiful Dreamer

#ThinkTober Week Three

Week Three of the Haiku project ended up as something of an experiment in different canvases. Some worked, others didn't, but overall I learnt a great deal about organising myself more effectively. Needless to say, all of this is useful information to take going forward in the weeks to come. https://www.instagram.com/p/BaRj81MFaeA One of the most … Continue reading #ThinkTober Week Three

Standing in the Rain

At the end of this month, the Patreon content produced for this website will take a four-week hiatus in order to allow me to properly participate in the 2017 NaNoWriMo event. However, I do not intend to rest on my laurels: during this time I'm going to survey everyone currently contributing to my cause with … Continue reading Standing in the Rain

My Affair

Many of you read my triumvirate of blogs on a regular basis, and will know that all three together are the best way of judging my mental state. I've made no bones over the years of how important writing is for keeping me sane, and the last week has brought home the understanding that it … Continue reading My Affair