So obviously this post is super late as it's now halfway through March, but I'm pretty sure no one reads these anyway so no harm no foul, right?? Anyway.
I've been studying for the College Algebra CLEP exam so I can skip paying for a class that's mostly stuff I teach on a daily basis. There are a few things that I don't know and haven't thought about since 11th grade (like matrices--eek!) but on the whole I think I should be okay. I just have to bite the bullet and take the exam. It's pass/fail, so there's no sense in delaying and studying too long, but I do want to make sure I pass. Which I should, even if I took it right now, but...anxiety.
I also registered for Anatomy and Physiology this summer, and thankfully I found a class that starts after I come back from Greece! I thought for a couple minutes there that I was going to have to do an online class and have homework to do during my trip (GAG). But I figured it out, and all is right with the world.
"The Spider And The Honey Bee" was published on Feb 2 at Fterota Logia. You can read it here .
"True Love Scars" will be published in Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology: Avarice on April 1.
I teamed up with Sofi Michael Events to put a literary spin on her lovely Galentine's Day brunch and wrote "Blind Ambition," a retelling of the muses' punishment of a mortal who dared challenge them to a contest. He lost (obviously) and was blinded by the muses as punishment. Sofi and I both had a lot of fun with this story, and I think many of us can relate to having our area of expertise mansplained to us by some cocky douchenozzle. You can check out the story on my Patreon page by clicking the link below: