Three years ago, I dipped a toe into the self-publishing waters with Shattered, a collection of three fractured fairy tales. Since that time, Shattered has become what I fondly refer to as "my little book that could". It's sold the most copies, was the first to recoup the small monetary cost [read more] about Happy Anniversary, Shattered!
Quick post to let you all know that Ironhand is out at the usual places: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Smashwords As my husband pointed out yesterday, I've finally written and published a sequel! It's a weird quirk for a fantasy writer to have, but barring a few shorts featuring one [read more] about Ironhand is out
Ironhand is coming soon! (I have the ebook files all ready to upload, something I will do this weekend.) In the meantime, I'm thrilled to share the awesome cover Ravven did (isn't it gorgeous?): It’s not over yet. Kato Vorsok closed the Gates and sealed in the enemies of all mankind. Now [read more] about Ironhand: Cover & Blurb
Wow. It's been over an entire year since I last blogged. I won't go into the details (they aren't juicy, anyhow) but Life Happened, and blogging (and writing) fell by the wayside. But things haven't been completely dead, hence this post. Entangled did come out, and you can find it on Amazon, [read more] about news, news
A foster mother is torn between loyalty to the sea-girl she raised and the people she left so long ago. A runaway daughter receives help from her mother's love reaching across the sea. A woman who lost everything to a curse of thorns is given another chance to love. Entangled: Broken Fairy [read more] about Cover Reveal: Entangled
The Adventure of Creation anthology is now out! Get it now at Amazon (in either print or e-book versions) (I'll update this page as it goes live in other stores) *** Also, you can now get print copies of both Rainbird and Mourning Cloak via Createspace (or from Amazon itself). They've been [read more] about The Adventure of Creation: out now!
I have something cool to show you. But first, some background. Years ago, I used to take pictures, usually of flowers, sometimes of homeschool projects, often of my kids. Then I got lazy. The camera was too unwieldy to take everywhere, it was too much of a pain to get the pictures off it, [read more] about business cards for writers
Episode Eleven of Quartz (in which Rafe has his first--and only--firedancing performance) went out to Inboxes and RSS feed readers all over the world today. This marks the end of the first month of running the serial (-ish, I'm too lazy to look up the exact date I started). So, how's it [read more] about a month of quartz episodes
One of the few rays of light brightening my Week of Gunk was the arrival of One Small Step: An Anthology of Discoveries and Jo Anderton's The Bone Chime Song and Other stories. I'm reading One Small Step right now, and I'm so impressed with the caliber of all the stories. I'm honored to be in among [read more] about goodreads giveaway of One Small Step
... went out to Inboxes all over the known universe early this morning! Rafe Grenfeld, diplomat and spy, has problems. His entire embassy's been arrested, he's stuck in a hostile foreign city with police looking for him, and he's been hiding in a smelly cramped dumpster for far too long. And [read more] about quartz episode one…