A little while ago I asked on Twitter what people would love for me to blog about. The lovely JL Peridot gave the idea to write about my creative process and how I deal with the aftermath of intense scenes (you can find the tweet here). I’ll answer the second question first, since that answer’s… Read More What my creative process looks like & How I deal with the aftermath of writing intense scenes
Hi everyone, with the end of the year I wanted to share with you all my year in books! It’ll be a post, maybe a couple more on what I read this past year, and mainly the books I loved the most. I’m thinking about doing some highlights as well, for indie authors and thought… Read More New blog series category
Representation of marginalized identities in media is very important to me. I’m very passionate about it, specifically about having representation that doesn’t further harmful stereotypes and tropes and is well developed, well thought through, and respectful to the actual people it affects. That’s what I call good representation. Some years ago I thought I wanted… Read More Good vs Bad Representation
There’s no time like the present to talk about diversity and representation! Though it may seem like we’ve been over this already, it’s been made clear to me that we still need to have this talk, because some important factors are overestimated or missing. I’m talking about good intentions, respect, and actually caring. And I… Read More Diversity & Representation series
Well well well, turns out I have way too much to blog about. Since I’m a mess, I will be posting whatever comes to mind and I have the time and energy to write for. If you’re curious and haven’t seen any related posts to what I blog about, I write about mental health (particularly… Read More Announcement
Happy Autism Awareness Month! This is a good reminder that it’s not actually awareness we’re fighting for now. We need acceptance! So this month I will be talking about being Autistic on here. There will be mentions of things I (and I guess others) struggle with like ableism, masking, etc. But I will work to… Read More April Autism Awareness Month!
There’s nothing like thinking you’re coping with your issues or situation and finding out you were SO wrong. I’ve been down that rabbit hole and it was as you expect one hell of a ride. Hellish. Because I’m not an omniscient narrator and life isn’t fiction I don’t have all the answers and only know… Read More Am I doing this “coping” thing right?
Self-care means different things to different people, but sometimes you just have no energy left. Here’s so low energy ways to do self-care:… Read More Why yoga… when you can STRETCH 😉
You can help yourself on improving your mental health though self-care, starting with being kinder, forgiving, and patient with yourself. … Read More How can I help myself?
Mental health is an important subject to me. Managing my own mental health and helping people around me deal with theirs has been a recurring theme in my life, and probably because of all that, it’s become a recurring theme in my fiction as well. It’s a common thing for many writers, to have recurring… Read More Let’s talk mental health, self-care, and helping others