Posting Lesser Demons Chapters Online

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Finally looking at my book and thinking, yeah, I’m pretty close to sending this out to agents, but since I don’t have a writer’s group and my usual readers are knee-deep in their own busy life stuff, I’ve decided to start posting chapters on the blog in the hopes of getting some feedback.

First segment coming next week.

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Success! Riot Upstairs Album to Become a Reality!

She did it! My sister’s Kickstarter project met its goal!

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Looks like we are going to have a riot on our hands, if you know what I mean. I’m so excited for her. My big sister is SO STINKING cool.

Check out her page: Riot Upstairs debut EP

Bragging About My Sister. (Shhh. Don’t tell her.)

Do you know what it’s like to live your whole life with an older sister who is CONSTANTLY being way cool, way talented, and way pretty? Actually, it’s really awesome. It means that you get to be constantly way proud and a lot cooler yourself, just by association. I know this by experience because I have multiple of these types of sisters.

My one sister—the one I’m bragging about today—is über talented in lots of ways. One of the coolest ways, though, is her music. Which is why I’m SO excited that she has started a Kickstarter project to raise funds to record some of her songs in a professional studio. (Check out her project here: Riot Upstairs debut EP.)

My sister's soon-to-be album cover. She did the artwork.

My sister’s soon-to-be album cover. She did the artwork.

She’s been writing music for almost as long as I can remember, recording it all herself on whatever she could get her hands on. She’s always wanted to record professionally but things always got in the way.

So this Kickstarter project is like a fulfillment of one of her lifelong dreams. It is so awesome to see my older sister working hard at something she cares about, and I want this to happen for her SO BADLY.

So everyone—and I mean EVERYONE—should go to her Kickstarter page and donate even a dollar or something. (She’s got some great incentives for people who contribute.) And if her music isn’t up your alley, maybe you should still spread the word because I’m sure it will be up someone else’s.

Do it! DO IT! 

(You know you want to.)