This was going to be a retrospective piece until it wasn't. 2018 sort of sucked in a lot of ways - full stop. That said, I don't think it's worth dwelling on anymore. We're past the hard parts and into the start of something else. So let's look forward. What is it that I'm anticipating? … Continue reading Forward
I've been selected as a 2018 Pitch Wars mentor. You can find out more about Pitch Wars and what the point of the program is right HERE. Before I continue, real quick bit since I noticed an influx of folks following me after the mentors were announced: hi, hello - I'm Angel. I write. I'm … Continue reading Pitch Wars and Paying It Forward
A while back I wrote a little piece about treating my writing like project management (heavily informed by my own project management experience (Six Sigma and Agile Lean, yo). That said, I think it’s still an important part of the way I treat my work – to break out the major milestones and try to … Continue reading Walk the Talk
We done broke Dan Malmon. 30 writers. 2 beloved mainstays of the crime community. 1 victim. An AWESOME cause. A few months ago I got an FB message from Dan & Kate Malmon - I screamed "YES" at my scream before I finished reading what they sent (and promptly realized I'd need to type a … Continue reading In Malmon-orium? Malmorium? He’s Dead Jim? Who The Fuck Is Jim?
Waiting on a delayed plane and a late connecting flight, so hey, I've got time. # The very last thing I did before leaving my second Bouchercon was shake Walter Mosely's hand and thank him for being him. My hands didn't quit trembling until I had to pay my cabbie outside Louis Armstrong International. This … Continue reading BoucherBlog