Irina G. Phillips is a craft supply, cat addled writer. A Chicago native, she currently resides on the Floridian coast with her wife to be, four cats, and an excess of books and yarn. Seriously: so much yarn.
Where To Find Me:
Since I often I have my mobile phone set to stun (read as: on silent) even during most of my non-wage earning hours, there are far better ways to reach me than trying to call.
ArchiveOfOurOwn (AO3): I’m on there as IrinaPhillips, because originality is my strong suit… except when it comes to naming things.
Facebook: I’ve got one of those people-page things. Fanpage? I guess. It’s a work in progress, much like the rest of me.
Goodreads: how I plan to keep track of the books I have read. Please feel free to friend me!
Instagram: I haven’t done much, but I shall! Photos and videos are a blast, anyway.
MySpace: because why not? Relics have their place in social media, don’t they?
NaNoWriMo: November 1-30: people try to write a 50,000-word novel. I’m IrinaG on that site.
Personal blog: also a WordPress blog where I kind of just scream into the void.
Tumblr: on the list of things to set up. I’ll get around to it.
Twitter: IrinaPhill in 140 characters or less! One of the more frequent things I post on these days.
Or you can shoot me a message on the Contact Page!
About Page and Hook:
This is a collection of quick links to any published materials on the blog, separated by type of writing:
Defined as a story in fifty words.
Defined as a story in one hundred words.
Defined as a story in 750 words.
Defined as a story between 1,000 and 7,500 words.
Defined as a story between 7,500 and 17,500 words.
Defined as a story between 17,500 and 40,000 words.
Defined as a story over 40,000 words. Personally, it’s more 50,000 words, but that’s more because of NaNoWriMo.