Erika Beebe, Author Interview

Today, I’m interviewing another of my co-authors from our fantasy anthology Hero Lost: Mysteries of Death and Life, hosted from The Insecure Writers Support Group and graciously published via Dancing Lemur Press in May of this year. The theme for this year’s anthology was a lost hero, and it’s been fascinating to discover how twelve […]

Ellen Jacobson, Author Interview

Today, I’m interviewing one of my co-authors from our fantasy anthology Hero Lost: Mysteries of Death and Life, hosted from The Insecure Writers Support Group and graciously published via Dancing Lemur Press in May of this year. The theme for this year’s anthology was a lost hero, and it’s been fascinating to discover how twelve […]

Oh, My Love

I feel so good and carefree this week. Weightless. I’m not agonizing over stats or buys or reviews. I’m reading, watching TV, relaxing with my boys. My work is finally floating out in the world. It’s the most amazing concept, that someone I don’t know somewhere is opening the pages I created. I’m feeling a […]

Wait! I Have (a) Proof!

“This book I wish to open and close….” That wall in the picture is my storyboard with a few of my sketches.  The two secondary-characters I am showing off to are exclaiming expletives relative to ‘Good-God, it’s about damn time!’ Rushing out to work this morning and there it was, my box from CreateSpace, one […]

Red Moonglow on Snow (pt 3)

For pt 1, click here For pt 2, click here pt 3: My body jumps up and charges without a shout or sound. The Soldiers and unicorns freeze, confused. Prey don’t attack. I run straight for the unicorn and Soldier directly before me, leaping up and driving the dagger into the Soldier’s side before he […]

Red Moonglow On Snow (pt 1)

1 For a brief moment, I believe that I lay in The Alcove, our small clearing within a cluster of trees by Lake Mish-a-gun, back in That Night I’d shared with Him. But the waves of the lake are slamming against the inside of my head as though the water has turned to metal and […]