These are in no particular order; one isn’t necessarily more important than the other. I like to keep a lot of balls in the air at once, so these aren’t my only projects, just the ones that are currently either publicly accessible or nearly so.
The Climate Emergency Blog is one of my most active writing projects. Its primary focus is climate science, although the humanitarian aspects of global warming and even climate politics also make frequent appearances. It updates twice a week, usually on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You can also follow the project on Twitter and Facebook.
The School with No Name
The School with No Name is a novel in blog format; even the narrator is fictional. In essence I am doing the “pre-writing” for an eventual traditional novel in public, developing characters and trying out scenes and plot-lines where you can see them. The narrator is describing his experiences as a student at a non-denominational pagan seminary. Themes include Earth-centered spirituality, the intersection between science and magic, and the interactions of the various characters as they go about their lives. Some posts are illustrated, others are not.
Letters from Caroline
Letters from Caroline is a series of letters or emails written to someone never named or directly described, only addressed as “you.” Frequent themes include nature, family, and neurodiversity. I am no longer adding new posts, but the project is not dead. There’s some good stuff in there, and I hope to someday rework it as a book.
My first novel, To Give a Rose, is due out this month. I’ll let you know as soon as it’s available. I’m actually working on other novels at the same time, too. I’ll keep you posted.
Writing and Editing for You
I am happy to work as a consultant and currently have several projects going. Free-lance gigs in the past have included editing dissertations and papers, writing web content (with and without a byline), transcription, and rewriting and writing coaching in a variety of styles. I like to say I help people do good work better. If you want my help with something, drop me a line.