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The Top Five Crits of 2016

The Top Five Crits of 2016 2016 is almost over! (I think we all have some opinions about that.) I struggled, I rumbled, I grew, and I celebrated various successes. I was extremely thankful to be invited to write for the Geek & Sundry blog and to speak at NerdCon: Stories in Minneapolis. I got to hear so many strong women speak at GeekGirlCon in Seattle, and I had a blast catching up with my college gaming group at Origins in...

The Top 5 Crits of 2015

The Top 5 Crits of 2015 2015 was a phenomenal year for me professionally: the premium pre-orders of The Worlds of Android were released, the Android novellas were announced, and I got engaged! TripleCrit had its share of highlights as well. I managed to publish 54 posts, which is just over one post a week on average, bringing the total number of posts up to 220. I’m certain that in a few short months we’ll have...

Your Daily Dose of Crits

Your Daily Dose of Crits Have you ever wanted more TripleCrit in your life? Do you have a Tumblr account? Do you like spending even more time on the internet?! Now introducing Triplecrit Tumblr edition! In addition to cross-posting from this blog, you’ll find exclusive tidbits and tips, as well as reblogs of awesome resources for writers, role-players, and game...

Winning NaNoWriMo 2014

Winning NaNoWriMo 2014 I finally completed my New Years’ Resolution–of six years ago. In 2008, I aimed to write 50k words of fiction, and it’s taken me until 2014 to reach that goal. But I’m here now. I’ve made it. And what a ride it’s been. After validating my winning wordcount less than twelve hours before boarding my flight, I spent the final week of NaNo at my parents’ place in the...

2013 in Review

2013 in Review 2013 was a fabulous year for me, both as a gamer and as a professional. Here are some of the highlights by month. In January I started my new job as an Associate RPG Producer working on the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire roleplaying game line at Fantasy Flight Games. I moved from New York to Minnesota in the dead of winter and settled into my first apartment. I learned what cold was. In February I...

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