09 May 2020 in Journal
I do a spot of world-building with my iPad, Apple Pencil and Procreate to map and flesh out an important setting in my current fantasy novel.
After announcing I’d review a bunch of task management apps, I take a surprising turn to see if I can use Jira to manage my blog.
Guest writer and Australian author, Madeleine D’Este, shares the origins of her latest novel and her quest to find the right genre
As General Motors kills off its Holden brand, I bust the myth about its dubious Australian identity and lament for a local electric car industry that never was.
After a family member nearly loses months of precious work to a hard drive failure, I contemplate the importance of a solid back up strategy.
I lift the lid on a new website design, and make an admission about a possible future to which I never thought I'd return.
A simple tutorial on how to generate unencumbered QR codes for free.
To mark the Australia Day weekend, my books are on sale for 99c. All proceeds go to the bushfire relief effort.
After admitting my process sucks, I begin a quest to find the perfect task manager.
As Iran and America appear on the brink of war, I wonder if this brinkmanship is merely theatrics for domestic audiences. I certainly hope that's the case.
After a reader asks about my publishing platform, I outline the process and tools I use to publish my blog.
I outline my plans for the year ahead, setting the bar high once again, even as I temper my expectations after failing hard in 2019.
After watching JK Rowling’s public image go up in flames on Twitter, I contemplate the relative obscurity authors once veiled themselves in, and lament about the importance of celebrity opinions.