The Bunny Joins The ORC At The Tavern

The Bunny Joins The ORC At The Tavern

If you’ve followed us on social media, you have seen a bit of our overwhelm as we have struggled to show up as we would like. One factor involved in that was everything happening with Dungeons and Dragons and the new OGL leaks that have happened. We’ve been evaluating...
Spoonie burnout

Spoonie burnout

Post NaNoWriMo, when holidays begin and stress begins to mount and pile up inside, the spoonie lives the seeds of burnout. This spoonie is no different. After a grueling sprint to 50K words in November, immediately followed by social situations that drain the life...
UXmas For Authors

UXmas For Authors

Not every person uses the internet in the same way. As our technology improves, more people who were previously excluded from conversations can now use their spending power to support things that mean something to them. Designers also have learned over time that many...
Spoonie Writers Gift Guide: Small Electronics

Spoonie Writers Gift Guide: Small Electronics

Spoonie Writers Gift Guide: Small Electronics Headphones Headphones are a required tool in the spoonie author’s arsenal. Noise-canceling, wireless, great sound, and comfort are the most critical aspects for a spoonie writer. Every spoonie is different in their...
NaNoWriMo: What is it?

NaNoWriMo: What is it?

NaNoWriMo is the shortened term for National Novel Writing Month, which takes place in November each year. The challenge is to write a fifty-thousand-word novel in one month by breaking up the words into easy-to-digest bites of writing that add up during the month to...
Ableism and the Neurodivergent/Disabled writer

Ableism and the Neurodivergent/Disabled writer

It never occurred to me to label myself “disabled.” If it did, it somehow diminished my worth and value to society. I wasn’t disabled enough to earn that title. The harmful assumptions of those around me colored my view of myself. Self-loathing and...