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Comic Review: The Wicked + The Divine, Vol 8

Hey all, Dani here. All right, welcome to the time where I just give all of you a bunch of reviews that I've had on my to-write list for a while. Thankfully it ends up working out for me, because writing up the older posts means I can focus more on my NaNoWriMo writing. So,… Continue reading Comic Review: The Wicked + The Divine, Vol 8

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Weekend Writer: End of the One Day Novelist, or Introduction of No Plot? No Problem! by Chris Baty

Hey all, Dani here. Welcome to a special edition of Weekend Writer. Yes, you are getting a Weekend Writer post on both days of the weekend this time around. Why? Well, because this particular book fits best in two segments, and I feel that both segments are necessary to have at the early stages of… Continue reading Weekend Writer: End of the One Day Novelist, or Introduction of No Plot? No Problem! by Chris Baty

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October Wrap-Up and November Plans

Hey all, Dani here. I'm still working at getting some of my previously planned October posts written up and posted in the time slot they were originally scheduled. My to-do list was just piling up on me, and the extra stress was just making everything feel worse. But those posts are coming very soon. I'm… Continue reading October Wrap-Up and November Plans

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NaNoWriMo Prep Part Two: Writing Resources

Hey all, Dani here. It is almost time for NaNoWriMo--that's National Novel Writing Month, if you didn't already know--to begin. Actually for some of you it probably already has begun. It runs from November 1-30, and the challenge is to write 50,000 words in just 30 days. I've already detailed some of the writing apps… Continue reading NaNoWriMo Prep Part Two: Writing Resources

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Weekly Wrap Up (34)

Hey all, Dani here. Sorry for my supremely late post yesterday. Damian decided that it would be a great and worthwhile idea to drive straight from work down to Cincinnati for Felicia Day's book signing. And okay, yes, it was totally worth it, but we are now both running on about 4 hours of sleep,… Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up (34)

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Weekly Wrap-Up (20)

Hey all, Dani here. Another post that's a few hours later than my normal posting time. I didn't get this prepped up like I normally would have, and then we had some errands and chores to take care of after work...and we just got home a few minutes ago, so I'm trying to get this… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (20)

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March Wrap-Up and April TBR

Hey all, Dani here. Wow, it is April already. Actually, as this post goes live on my blog I will be at a Barnes & Noble in Columbus, Ohio, at a book release event for Emily A Duncan and Christine Lynn Herman. Damian and I took the day off of work to guarantee that I… Continue reading March Wrap-Up and April TBR

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The Road So Far (3)

Hey all, Dani here. I'm on my third year of doing this annual post! You can check out my posts for 2016 and 2017 here. Today also happens to my Mousai Books' Blogaversary. I posted my first blog post on this day back in 2016, which feels so long ago even though it was only… Continue reading The Road So Far (3)

Books!, Calendar Girls, Conventions, Diverse December, Graphic Novel, Manga, NaNoWriMo, NetGalley, Readathon, Reading Challenge, Signal Boost, Writing

Goals for 2019

Hey all, Dani here. Since we are now in the early days of the year, I suppose it is time to make some resolutions. Though I'd rather call them goals, because honestly, resolutions are things that most of us give up on a couple weeks into the year, and I'd rather not give up on… Continue reading Goals for 2019