Join myself and 30 other authors on Saturday, October 24th! We’re going to be sprinkled throughout the library. Sounds like the coolest treaure hunt ever for us book people, right? See you there! Source: Author Fair Preview
Writers complain about it all the time. I’m part of groups and forums where they are in agony over it, and I tilt my head and wonder about what they’re saying, and why they’re trying to force themselves through it. I don’t get writers block. Which doesn’t mean I’m writing every single day or that […]
Can’t figure out what is causing these reflections!
When the weather becomes bitter, the homeless take shelter on the trains. It smells…indiscribably bad. Alcohol and body odor and unwashed clothes. But they curl up on a few seats and sleep, not bothering anyone. Unlike my fellow regular commuters, who- aside from purchasing the latest technology- have not kept up with this wonderful invention […]
“The Year of the Dragon. She’d used that phrase at the house. That’s what made Mom so withdrawn, so insistent I come here with them tonight. May’s explanation of her culture’s beliefs- how she and some of the girls with us tonight were born in the year of the horse- didn’t even sway her. And […]
(reblogged from Midnight Tomorrow Books, with permission from me) From the beginning, I wanted Red Moonglow On Snow names to be fairly bland as Lira’s, Elaar’s, and Talyn’s stories are large and weighty enough. But calling their country, their world, nothing but Home is far from being a simple, absense-of- creativity pick. That one word is pretty […]
So much going on that I had to step away from blogging for awhile, and possibly awhile longer. What did Word Press do while I’ve been gone? The format of my dashboard is funky. I do not like it. After nearly a month of house hunting, I’ve been brought to the conclusion that all houses […]