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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.
I’ve been on a mission to eat more vegetables, and I’m collecting some of the most successful recipes here for future reference and in case anyone else might enjoy them. We are a pretty foodie family–all four of us like … Continue reading
After a line edit, which caught an amazing number of typos, I’m happy to be able to say that my urban fantasy novella Strangehold is live for preorders! Also, there’s a Goodreads page here. It’s all starting to feel very real. The novella … Continue reading
I am not, by nature, a terribly organized person. But I’ve had to become one out of self-defense. Between family and work and day-to-day minutia, writing time will get eaten if you let it. Back in January, I looked … Continue reading
I’m delighted to say I have a new story up at Daily Science Fiction: “An Invasion in Seven Courses.” This story came about as a result of mishearing a speaker in a documentary about cooking through history. I don’t recall … Continue reading
So this was my first year to have a raised bed garden. Some backstory: I worked for years as a florist. I took cut flowers and arranged them into pleasing shapes. I have always been unfortunately adept at killing houseplants, … Continue reading