On Wednesday July 27th, I released a short story (also known as a piece of micro fiction) over on Amazon, called Executive Order 786. It’s an eBook and it’s an alternate recent history tale in the first person point-of-view of an unnamed nonbinary individual.
An original poem that first appeared here on BiblioNyan, which is also an entry in the author’s upcoming book of angsty poetry and prose, 88 Keys.
Good morning, friends! I have super EXCITING news to share with you! A few days ago, I chatted briefly about my desire to dive into the world of self-publishing for various reasons. Well, today I am here to announce the very first step of that venture. I present to you my dark fantasy novel,
Wanting to get published is a phenomenally terrifying feeling, and trying to figure out how it all works so you can get your foot in the door? Even scarier. While its intimidating presence has made me clam up with self-doubt on numerous occasions, it hasn’t ever actually deterred me from continuing with my efforts.
An original short story written by Shāfiya Mū (aka Tofu King Fujiwara) inspired by the first time they met the first girl they ever loved. This is a copyrighted work & appeared first on BiblioNyan. It’s an excerpt from their forthcoming poetry and prose collection, 88 Keys.
The hardest apart about being a writer is dealing with creative blocks and writing ruts. There will be weeks where I shall be glued to my laptop, writing word after word, page after page. Then one day my fingers will cease their movement.
Bula, chums! In mid-May, I had announced that I was going on a writer’s retreat thingamajig and today I wanted to give y’all an update on how that has been going, as well what writing full-time has been like. After the announcement, my blogging escapades were supposed to be slowing down so that I could…
Good morning! Today I will be participating in the Create-A-Story Tag that was created by Leap, Keiko, and The Pantless Anime Blogger (they tagged me, woot). When I was initially tagged to do this, I’m pretty sure my heart fell straight into my stomach. While I am an aspiring author, I have never shared any…