I’m thrilled to reveal the final cover of THE SOLSTICE BRIDE, Book 2 of the Heirs to Camelot series.
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What I am listening to: “Overjoyed” by Esperanza Spaulding, at the Obama White House to celebrate Stevie Wonder’s Gershwin Award. Don’t skip over this fabulous jazz performance, friends. It’s worth a view! Exciting news! I received a 5 star review for THE PRIESTESS OF CAMELOT from the Paranormal Romance Review team (if you don’t […]
Cue the trumpets! It’s here! The cover reveal for the Heirs of Camelot prequel THE PRIESTESS OF CAMELOT. I think it came out beautifully. Many thanks to Vagabondage Press/Strange Fictions Press. THE PRIESTESS OF CAMELOT is basically a mouse-eye view of King Arthur and Merlin, with magic, and intrigue, and a Goddess busily planning… something.
It’s Day One of Virtual Fantasy Con! To celebrate, I’m giving away Book One of my Arthurian Fantasy novella series ANYA: HEALER OF CAMELOT.
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.
A recent post in the SciFi Roundtable Facebook page asked authors what their characters looked like. Many drew their characters. I can hardly draw a straight line, so I’ve never attempted that. Instead, I found pictures online.
Once again, Joan Druett shows her sure-footed understanding of a historical setting in THE LAUNCHING OF THE HUNTRESS.