January Newsletter (2019)

I've been sick most of December, which means I haven't been able to get much content produced: I can't make Let's Plays when I'm coughing every few seconds and I'm not able to write when I'm sleeping eighteen hours out of the day. Frustrating and upsetting, but I'm trying to make peace with this just being a thing that happens every year. My immune system is very poor and there are a lot of germs flying around so it is what it is.

On the plus side, I have a lot of sweet kittens to cuddle me and keep me warm on these cold nights. Everyone has made a full recovery from their earlier illnesses and the babies are all active and playful and happy. I'm especially pleased that they all play with each other now and nobody is afraid of anybody else. Parenting win!

Here are some free things that you should definitely check out:

My Twitter account @DivorceKittens with stories and pictures is here.

My Magician's Nephew Deconstruction: New post here. Index to older posts here.

My Wrinkle in Time Deconstruction: New post here. Index to older posts here.

My re-read of Prairie Fires: Introduction. Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5.

My YouTube series on Quest for Glory is here.

Second, some Patreon links stuff for subscribers:

$2+ The Lost Last Princess of Ravelin. Part 6 is going up today!

$5+ Transcending Flesh, another essay for discussion and questions!

$5+ eBook Download Links are here.

$15+ eBook and Audiobook Download Links are here.

$25+ Paper Book Reminder is here.

I still have a few bookmarks to send out, so if you haven't gotten yours make sure I have your address! It's not too late to get a late Christmas present. :) And if you're waiting on yours (and/or on books), thank you for being so patient with me. I don't have anyone I can send down to the post office except myself, so things grind to a halt when I'm sick. I'll send out the remaining mailers as soon as I possibly can.

In Closing

This year has had so many highs and lows. Two unexpected surgeries, both harder and more emotional than I'd expected. My husband leaving, even more unexpectedly. My beloved Quincey passing on. But you've all been here with me through thick and thin, and I have wonderful friends and beautiful kittens. I love you and I am so grateful for this life of mine. Thank you. ♥


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