Quick Updates Tweeting Again I can give ❤️s again! Twitter emailed me an apology for the inconvenience of locking me out of then restricting my account. The email confirmed that an automated system is charged with removing spam accounts. "[I]t looks like your account got caught up in one of these spam groups by mistake."… Continue reading Tweeting Again -and- Oh, Horror!
Howdy, y'all. Happy Saturday? I'd be happier if I stuck in shadows without my consent. While waiting for Twitter to respond about what's happening with my account, I'm playing with the options that site has left open for me during the poorly explained restrictions. Twitter is ignoring my instructions from WordPress. The restrictions twitter.com also… Continue reading Restricted from Giving ❤️s
Additional Update--Saturday, August 11: The form email from Twitter instructed me to reply to if the issues continued after a few hours. I sent a reply this morning. The status of my @writeramlynn account hasn't changed since I blogged about it on Wednesday. With the restrictions keeping me from interacting with others on Twitter is… Continue reading Twitter Limitations
Have you seen my Twitter account in the past couple of days? Probably not. Even the people who click a link to view it directly are cautioned against viewing my profile. I'm not entirely sure what happened. Twitter locked me out while I was in my account doing usual things yesterday. I followed the steps… Continue reading Suspicious Activity on Twitter
When I posted "NaNoWriMo 2018: Late to Camp", we were already in the second week of July. I'd committed to a new project and no cabin for encouragement. Feeling alone and behind schedule makes for an intimidating start. Fortunately, Camp is far more relaxed than the big NaNoWriMo challenge in November. A few people joined… Continue reading Goodbye, Camp NaNoWriMo 2018
Hello, This is a different type of post than I've written before. Below is an excerpt from my GoFundMe fundraiser. MileHiCon is an annual literary speculative fiction (science fiction and fantasy) event in Colorado. It's not a huge event like WorldCon (a literary event) or ComicCon (for comics, often focused on speculative fiction), making it… Continue reading Self-Propellent to a Mile High Convention
It's story time! This weekend's story is a revision of one that first appeared on Cristi Craig's now-defunct blog. (She has a new one.) Cristi challenged me to write flash fiction inspired by a prompt of "creep". She gave me about a day to draft the original. The result was a contemporary story about cousins… Continue reading Glimmer: End to the Creepy Game