Category Archives: Life
A Quick Quarantine Update
I’ve had to adjust my schedule, but then again, haven’t we all?
The Follow-Through Problem
Here’s the deal, friends. I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was in 1st grade. I started writing my first book in middle school. That was more than 10 years ago (and isn’t that weird to think about!) and in that time I’ve only finished two manuscripts. Now, that’s not to say it shouldContinue reading “The Follow-Through Problem”
Conferences and Manuscripts
Hey, look who’s back! Until next time, word nerds!
My Next Project
If you follow me on Instagram (kategjameson), then you got a sneak peek at something exciting a few weeks ago! My next project!
Thoughts on GhostLight
So, I’m in a show. It’s a big reason I’ve not been blogging regularly (but not the only reason, I’ll admit). And since I’ve been struggling with what to write about lately, I thought I’d share some reflections on the production I’m a part of.
One Lovely Blog Award
I’ve often said that writing is as much a social business as it is a personal one. One of my favorite things about the writing community is how people connect and encourage each other. A new example of that has come to my attention today. It’s a blogging trend called One Lovely Blog Award. NoContinue reading “One Lovely Blog Award”
This has been sitting on my computer for about two weeks, but I finally got it edited and uploaded. Some big news for the new year! Until next time, word nerds!
I Guess I’m a Real Adult Now?
I graduated from college a year ago. So I’ve been reflecting on the last year and all that’s been going on in my life. And I’ve come to a conclusion. I’m a real adult now. And, yes, that should be a fairly obvious conclusion. I’m now 23 years old, so I’m legally an adult. I’veContinue reading “I Guess I’m a Real Adult Now?”
NaNo 2016: Week 1
It’s November 5 and National Novel Writing Month is in full swing. My project for the month (which has the oh-so-creative working title of The Dancer) is coming along pretty well. I’m over 2,000 words in at this point, which I’m taking as a success, considering I work 40 hours a week. Most of my writingContinue reading “NaNo 2016: Week 1”