Recovering from jetlag
After a brief and very heart-warming stint in the UK, I am settling back in at home. Bedtimes are still fuzzy and the fatigue makes it hard to look at my phone, but I expect to be all good again by the end of the long weekend.
Yet We Sleep, We Dream
Formerly codenamed "Project Clay", Yet We Sleep, We Dream is an erotic science-fantasy romcom. Enjoy a little space, a little horticulture, a little ancient god action, and a little over a year before this one hits the shelves.
This manuscript is currently with my editor.
Basking in the neon afterglow of a revamped website
This new version is lightweight and should load super fast. I had a yearning for and oldschool flavour with a slightly newschool vibe. The modern web upsets me. Sites are big and clunky and slow because of all the tracking, unnecessary cookies, and hoards of outdated data that requires fossil-fuel generated power to store and maintain. Right now, I'm tidying this site as part of a big cleanup of my digital life. I hope you like the new look and feel.
De-vamping my blog
This process involves getting all my content out of Wordpress and into a lo-fi, more content-focused system. It's another part of the aforementioned cleanup of my digital life. A heap of posts will be retired because they're no longer relevant and thus no longer worth the carbon cost of keeping.
Not currently folding proteins
I'm not currently folding proteins because a bored, lonely child who shall remain nameless needed a laptop, so needs must. I hope they might fold proteins of their own one day.
For those who don't know, Folding@home is a distributed computing project that borrows processing power from computers all over the world to perform calculations for medical research. Check out the Team NewRomancers page for more information on the program and how you can join my team.
Who am I? 👩🏻💻
Hey there, I'm JL. I write love letters to the future most often in the form of novels, novellas and other types of fiction. If you're curious, you can check out my books and some free stories. You can keep up with my work via Dot Club (my email newsletter) and my blog.
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