What I’m Listening to: Stay the Fuck at Home I hope this finds you, and all those whom you love, well and safe. Like many of you, I have been in home lockdown. In my case, I’ve been in the house since March 20, only leaving twice. Unlike many people, I used […]
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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.
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. […]
Let me wrap up some of the great reads of 2017. I have read some terrific books in the last quarter of this year, and realize I haven’t posted all of them. So here, in digest form, are the 6 terrific books I’d like to share with you!
Bonnie Milani’s LIQUID GAMBIT is an outstanding piece of writing. Rarely does a writer give us the feel of an alien—their abilities to perceive (in this case smelling emotions), the way their bodies interact with their emotions (ears, fangs, paws/claws, their ruff), and so quickly establish a complex societal structure. The stakes are high […]
As mentioned in my previous post, I finished the rough draft of the second book in the HEIRS TO CAMELOT series: THE SOLSTICE BRIDE. I also said it needed a lot of work.
I WORE HEELS TO THE APOCALYPSE by C.H. Clepitt is totally and thoroughly hilarious! I scared the dog several times laughing at various points throughout the book.