In Which Kris is Sick

Not that being sick automatically excuses me from blogging, but when my head hurts and I have enough energy to either write or blog? Yup, writing wins. Every. Single. Time.

But never fear! I totally have something in the queue for tomorrow, and will do my Friday fun post. And I really wanted to do RTW today because I was going to have a conversation between spurned lovers–Jacob from Twilight and Gale from Hunger Games. But I am not feeling clever enough to do it justice. So … just pretend I did an awesome job, mmkay?

It’s absolutely beautiful outside–sunny and warm (for January)–so I’m going to throw a blanket around my shoulders like an old lady, and read outside. I’m currently re-reading The Giver by Lois Lowry and just loving it all over again.

How’s your week going so far?

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I write speculative fiction inspired by mythos from around the world, complex family dynamics, and my own experiences living with mental illness. After earning my BA in Linguistics from Brigham Young University in 2008, I received my MFA in Creative Writing from Converse College in 2012. I live in Denver, where my husband and I spend countless hours chasing our three young sons (and sometimes catching them!). I collect tarot decks, dye my hair mermaid colors, and procrastinate by decorating my home. My debut novel, Feathers Sharp as Knives, releases on May 2, 2023.

4 thoughts on “In Which Kris is Sick

  1. Aww! Feel better soon. And then write that Jacob/Gale thing cuz that sounds awesome. I was going to do RTW this week for the first time! But instead, I’m frantically trying to finish Game of Thrones because it’s an e-loan and tomorrow it will magically disappear from my Kindle. Whether I’m done or not.

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