It's high time I came back with a proper post and remembered to do some maintenance here. I'm always very active on Twitter, if you'd like to keep up with me reliably.
But, it's Independence Day and I'm about to shower in the middle of the day and then eat all the food. So a proper post can wait.
In the meantime, I have a million-mile-an-hour job, two brand new kittens who love belly rubs, and I'm getting married in a few months. In September, I'll have two new stories coming out (one to appear in an anthology, and the other on mfing Pseudopod, and it's going to be amazing), and I'm actively submitting some short stories I hope to be able to show off soon.
In other news, I saw The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory, and I have MANY THOUGHTS about both. My feelings about The Good Dinosaur are similar to those I have about Brave: it's a really great piece of work that critics and audiences didn't know exactly what to do with. Finding Dory is also great.
I'm hoping to write more extensively about all this soon. Especially the new stories. But ESPECIALLY about how unfairly underrated I think The Good Dinosaur is.