I'm not really sure how to promote myself. If you've enjoyed my work, and have ever felt the urge to throw some coin at me, I now have a Patreon.
I reveal the filename of the individual story and sometimes have additional notes/thoughts about them too. It's all completely free there, if you wish to check it out. I haven't thought of anything to actually place behind a subscription.
Here's the link, thanks for your time and interest!
Is it weird that I (a white woman) watch hair tutorials for kinky/4C/[unsure of correct umbrella term] hair?
I don't really watch any makeup or hair tutorials to actually do the stuff in them, I just find it nice to watch someone femme do their hair/makeup magic and listen to them chat about stuff. (Plus, some of it is "research" to inform my writing of future characters with that kind of hair texture.)
Lemon cordial gives me such a lovely nostalgic feeling.
My Poppy (grandfather) used to give me lemon cordial whenever I'd visit, as well as Streets ice creams (particularly one I don't think they even make anymore, an ice cream log you'd cut slices off that were coloured to look like a lion face).
So slightly-too-strong lemon cordial gives me this really nice warm fuzzy feeling. I'm glad I choose it as the cordial to take meds with, makes it a happy part of my day.
A friend had an unexpected expense, after things have already been super tough due to the shutdown, so could really use some orders on her online stores:
There's also the Patreon with her blog partner, any support to which I'm sure would be extra appreciated because Facebook has sabotaged their ability to promote on there:
Feel free to throw a few £ my way if you don't hate me for my Masters tuition fees 👩🎓
I finish in October so I can't quit this close but I've also had a change in circumstances which means I can't afford it.
The shame of asking for help is kind of less embarrassing than getting so close, putting so much time and effort into it & not graduating 🤞
Feeling very queer as I hang up the dress my ex-girlfriend was wearing in her profile pic when we first met.
(It's been my dress for a year and a half, only worn it once though bc agoraphobia and hate showing my upper arms or my bare legs at all, so knee-length sleeveless dress is winter wear only.)
I feel like most people would just get used to having to draw the curtains whenever they need to get changed.
My solution? Use some furniture to create a little changing nook. So once my clothing rack is filled I can just go into the corner and change and I won't be visible from the street.
I accepted before I moved in that I'm too lazy to lean over the couch more than twice a day to open/close curtains, lol
Disabled queer grey-ace interested in fibre crafts, fur-babies, and trying to write.
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