Welcome to the Mad House

Let me start with this. I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here. I made a website and did the whole ads thing, but it hasn’t really set in that I am attempting to Do The ThingTM. The thing is being a real writer with real work and presence and competence. Hypothetically, I have all of these things, but actually pursuing this dream is terrifying.

Nevertheless, here I am. I’m here, doing this, because when I look for advice or reassuringly lost content from other writers, there’s an enormous gap. I can never seem to find authors who write fiction and make mistakes. I can only find the money making writers. No offense to me, but that is just off the mark here. Making money would just be a fun side benefit.

So here’s the breakdown of this site. It’s part writing blog, part hectic portfolio, part landing page for anyone who’s lost like me. I’m going to try to post work pretty regularly, as well as the prompts I try to do daily. Emphasis on try. The blogging I’m not as great at, because I get distracted by the fiction, but I’m treating it like a stream of consciousness. I want to talk about all the things that don’t get talked about.

The site also has this little tab entitled Writer’s Responsibilities. Under that, my stances on several issues can be found, plus resources for writing and allyship. Please share those resources and give the stances a read. I may link relevant blog posts to that page as well.

Moving forward, I intend to develop a regular schedule for content, be it writing, blogs, or something else. I also have a mailing list feature so that eventually, y’all will be able to opt in to what I’m calling The Monthly Update, which is a newsletter plus a lil exclusive content. If I gain enough traction, I might start a premium newsletter with even more content or paid requests for essays or short stories or flash fiction. But I’m getting ahead of myself.

If you’ve made it here, I thank you kindly. I hope you’ll stick around for more nonsense, a little bit of writing, and a lot of growth.

All My Love,


Published by K. E. Diller

Young adult attempting to do a million things at once, including write books and follow my dreams.

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