September Things | September 2019

September was a fairly uneventful month, but it was full of words read and written, and plenty of lovely days.
TAD2 revisions continue to go well.
The last week of September wasn’t as productive as I’d hoped, but overall the month was great for progress in this last portion of the draft.

Sometimes I meme my characters...

I missed several days this time around, but you can check out some snippets and other fun facts about TAD2 in this Twitter thread.

Figuring out my NaNoWriMo idea.
I’m looking forward to introducing it on the blog in October, and even more excited to start writing it!

Horseman: Now Available on Audio by Kyle Robert Shultz
Horseman was a really fun twist on Sleepy Hollow and the samples of this new format sound really cool!

Wolves, Grannies, & Hoods! Oh My! ~ Little Red Riding Hood Commentary by Fairy Tale Central
Another fun fairy tale commentary from the FTC writers. I don’t think I’d read the second part of the tale before!
I didn’t read as much as I did in August, but I finally finished the second volume of Wires and Nerve, and started a few of the titles on my fall reading list.

Fall cleaning.
Even though the weather here has yet to change with the onset of the season, it’s been a good time to tidy things up and decorate a little.
How was your September? Are you planning any fun fall adventures?


  1. I can't believe we're already into October!! Sounds like your September was lovely, Jameson! Can't wait to hear about your NaNo project!!!!!!


  2. I love reading your blog. Great stuff. I am Following now!


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