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Back in August, I went to my first WorldCon, WC 75. I traveled with my mom and my sister. We went to Amsterdam and Stockholm before taking an overnight cruise to Helsinki and WorldCon. It was a fantastic trip. WorldCon … Continue reading
Over Labor Day weekend, my family and I went to Oak Mountain State Park, which is a beautiful park only about a half hour away from us. It’s got canoeing and horseback riding and swimming and probably a bunch of … Continue reading
It’s here! Sorrow’s Son is live on Amazon. I’m really excited for the book to be live and hope you enjoy it if you check it out. It’s a little longer than book one; Strangehold was about 45,000 words, and … Continue reading
Quick post to note that Sorrow’s Son is coming out Sept. 15th, and is available for preorder here. Whew! Very excited to have the release date set. You can read more about the book and read an excerpt here. Also, … Continue reading
As I’m closing in on the edits for Sorrow’s Son (so close!), I was looking at some of the reference pictures I pinned for the books. Sometimes looking for reference images can be sweet, sweet procrastination, but sometimes those images … Continue reading
The daystar remained terribly unphotogenic while being eaten–it more or less looked normal on camera the whole time. We got to about 96% of totality, and it was amazing through eclipse glasses and terribly boring on camera. Even when … Continue reading
It’s here! Strangehold is now available for purchase here as an ebook or in print. Whew! I am both excited and nervous for other people to read it. I cut my urban fantasy teeth on Emma Bull and Mercedes Lackey, … Continue reading
A few weeks back I ordered a Neo Alphasmart based solely on reading Ann Aguirre’s twitter about a month back when she was talking about it. She praised her Alphasmart for a few things: its non-connectivity, its battery life, and its … Continue reading
What it says on the tin! There are four paperback advance reader copies to give away, if paper books float your boat.