Just last week, I submitted the last book in the Heirs to Camelot series – MISTRESS OF THE ROSE MOON – to my publisher, Vagabondage Press/Strange Fictions. Their editor will read it and make the usual points about where I’ve dropped a stitch, but I think it’ll come out about mid-year.
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What I’m listening to: This is Not America by David Bowie I got my first 5 star review for THE MIDSUMMER WIFE from JRBrondingsBookReviews! “A nuclear attack on London has devastated everything but it has also triggered the decedent’s of King Arthur and Merlin to return to fulfill the prophecy. Ava Cerdwin is the […]
It’s here! It’s official! My Urban Fantasy, THE MIDSUMMER WIFE, Book 1 of the Heirs to Camelot, published by Vagabondage Press/Strange Fictions Press launches today in both paperback and Kindle!
About half way through The Temptation of Dragons (Penny White Book 1) by Chrys Cymri, I thought to myself: “If I loved this book any harder, I’d have to marry it.” Yes, it’s got the sort of catnip that attracts me: talking dragons, a cozy mystery, wise-cracking heroine. But then there’s so very much more. […]
When Chloe and Zoe Tozier, orphaned teenage twins growing-up in their grandmothers quirky but seemingly dull Kansas museum/mansion, follow a wayward sparrow down a mysterious secret hallway to a basement they never knew existed—odd things start to happen fast. They discover a huge mosaic, hidden in the secret room, but it’s half destroyed. Replacing just […]
I ended last year’s posts saying I would be better at posting… and here it is early February. So much for promises, hmm? But I had a ton of family come visit, then I got the flu (coincidence? I think not), then this and that happened. And well, here we are.
What I’m listening to: “Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About” by Bonnie Raitt Insert Tab A into Slot B repeatedly until physical release is obtained. I believe I’ve just written the world’s most boring sentence about sex! But at the end of the day, that’s all sex is. It surely doesn’t feel that […]
You become a writer by writing, the same way you become a trombone player by playing the trombone (tromboning?). One word after another, you pile them up until they are poems, flash fiction, short stories, novellas, novels, epics, serials…. you get the point.