I don't think anyone actually wants to kill me.
I have this blog set so that it's not indexed, so the chances of anyone stumbling on it are fairly slim. Periodically I'll post a link to something here from Reddit. But, generally, this blog is for me and isn't intended for a wider audience. It's the blog I started and kept from before I was ever published and one I had given up on for a while when I was concentrating on my "official" website. Heh. Now I barely ever post on the official one.
So, that begs the question...who a m I?I'm an author, mostly of fantasy fiction for teens and children. I am...Weird. Random. Female. I like to make stuff. I spew words. I am better on paper than in person. I should probably try to spend more time with my friends in meat-space but I'm an extroverted introvert (or maybe vice versa). I use too many parenthetical phrases (especially in my non-professional writing because, hey, I can). I am older than people think I am. I am shorter than people think I should be. I am snarkier in my head than in person. I don't do a lot of the things I should. I do things I shouldn't.
The name I use here (and on Reddit and other places wherein I am mostly anonymous) is a combination of two things: one of my favourite characters from fiction (Lirael from Garth Nix's Old Kingdom books...Sabriel might actually be my fav character but for whatever reason, the name Lirael is the one that has stuck with me...maybe because it was my character name in a D&D game that went on for over 5 years) and my favourite word: Widdershins. It's a Scottish adverb meaning "in a direction contrary to the sun's course, considered as unlucky; anticlockwise." such as "she danced widdershins around him" and it's the way you'd wind up inside fairyland...if you were lucky enough to find an entrance. You can't ever get into places like that straightforwardly. Everything is sideways in my world.
So. This blog is nonsense and you probably shouldn't read it.
If you do, that's okay. I don't even mind if you comment or ask a question.