Hi Everyone! I hope you are staying safe and surviving lockdown. Just when it looks like we might be getting a handle on COVID-19, it turns out we aren’t. So I guess we will be locked down in our post-apocalyptic hiding pods for the foreseeable future. Speaking of such things, I just made my last […]Read more "Cover Reveal and Free Review Copies of “The Dreaming Land” Omnibus"
Hi all! I hope you are all doing well and staying safe. Here things continue to be reasonably calm, although lockdown has been extended to the end of May. Better than the alternative, for sure. For me, of course, the difference between life under lockdown and life not under lockdown is not that big, but […]Read more "Cover Reveal and Free Review Copies of “The Breathing Sea”"
Hi All, I hope that you are home and safe and staying that way. March is certainly determined to go out like a lion, isn’t it? I wanted to thank everyone who helped out in my efforts to raise money for the Italian Red Cross, either by buying my books or by donating directly. As […]Read more "Thanks So Much For Supporting the Italian Red Cross"
It’s August, so the cicadas are whirring up a racket outside my windows. Days are hot, but the mornings are already getting a bit of that pre-autumn chill to them. And–are you ready for this–yesterday I walked ALL THE WAY AROUND THE BLOCK!!!!!!! Considering that last fall I was having to hold onto the wall […]Read more "Sultry Stories for Late Summer"
This post is part of OWS CyCon 2019! Come say hi to us here. For this post I’ve been asked to talk about what makes my fantasy world(s)–because I have several–unique. Happily, this is something I’ve put a lot of thought into! I’ll start with my main fantasy world, which I feature in The Zemnian Series. […]Read more "What Makes My World(s) Unique? (Hint: It’s a Woman’s, Woman’s, Woman’s World)"
Greetings, all! With the spring equinox rapidly approaching, now seems like a great time to make the first part of my story of spring, The Breathing Sea, free! The promo will be running March 16-20. And of course it’s always free on KU. Get it here. Here’s that link again to get The Breathing Sea I free on […]Read more "The Breathing Sea I is Free This Week!"
It’s another not-so-beautiful early spring day here. The daffodils are blooming, but the occasional flake of snow falls from the sky. So it seems like a great opportunity to write some more about my story of spring, The Breathing Sea. As I wrote last time, The Breathing Sea starts in early spring and continues until midsummer, and is […]Read more "Snakes and Steam: Rewriting Chekhov’s “In the Ravine” (plus this week’s selection of giveaways)"
Well, it’s the first week of March, which means spring isn’t quite officially here yet, but the daffodils and crocuses and pears are already blooming in my neck of the woods. I hope they don’t get nipped in next week’s predicted hard frost/winter storm. Things have been pretty exciting for me recently, and only sort […]Read more "Spring is Coming! Fear, Faith, and Free Signed Paperbacks."
So much news! But first things first. The Midnight Land I is free on Kindle January 20-24, and for those of you in the Amazon.com market, Part II is just 99c! Of course, they’re always free on KU. Hmm, and while I’m on the subject of free books, the Portal to Fantasy Winter Reading Giveaway is still going […]Read more "The Midnight Land is Free this Week! Plus excerpts and more giveaways"
Happy 2019, everyone! How is it 2019 already? My 2019 is starting off well-ish, in part because I’m on medical leave. That’s not normally a positive, and I’d much rather *not* have to be on medical leave, but since I do, I might as well look on the bright side. And one of the bright […]Read more "Yin, Yang, and New Year’s Resolutions That Won’t be Kept (plus more free books!)"