Boskone 55 Round-Up

I’m back from Boskone, aka “New England’s longest running science fiction convention.” Boskone is big enough to bring in great guests/panel participants, and yet small enough so that it still feels relatively cozy. This was my fourth time at this event — second as panelist — and probably my favorite year so far. A few... Continue Reading →

The Last City

I have a short story out today in The Last City a brand new science fiction anthology by DUST. My own little murderous tale is called Blood Makes Noise. This was my first time playing around in a shared world, and it was a lot of fun! From the publisher: Twelve outstanding authors come together to... Continue Reading →

Have Book, Will Read #17

It’s snowing, and I’m home with my kids watching big flakes tumble down outside. This is perfect weather for reading, writing, or talking about books someone else wrote! Preferably with a blanket and a big mug of tea. After a busy (and wonderful) December, with a houseful of visiting family, January brought silence and a... Continue Reading →

Writer Resolutions

It’s that time again, when I take a step back and look at what I’ve accomplished in the past twelve months, and think about what I want to get done in the brand new, sparkle-shiny upcoming year. Cliché as resolutions may be, I think having a certain time of year — be it the New... Continue Reading →

Winter 2017 Updates

NIGHT BLADE  has been out a month already! It's amazing (to me) that I'm closing out 2017 with two published novels. HEART BLADE, Blade Hunt Chronicles #1, kicked off the year in February, and has garnered some great reviews.       It's been a terrific year, which included some fun blog and web interviews,... Continue Reading →

Five First Kisses

Fiction, even the bloodiest and grimmest of bearded Viking fantasy, is a fertile place for romance. You can find love among the laser blasts, or heartbreak in the shadow of a castle siege. It might be vast and all-encompassing, or tiny and discreet – sometimes barely a hint – but it’s usually around someplace. Stories... Continue Reading →

Have Book, Will Read #15

Summer is crawling to an end, and the cooler weather brings the promise of blanket-smothered tea-fuelled book binges. Of course, I did get some reading done while the kids were on school vacation. How about you, read anything good over summer? Let me know in the comments! Recent Reads: Magic, swords, and trickery. V.E. Schwab’s... Continue Reading →

Taboo Or Not To Taboo

A guest post by Jo Zebedee, author of Abendau's Heir, Sunset Over Abendau, Abendau's Legacy, Inish Carraig, and the brand new dark fantasy release, Waters and the Wild. When I started my first book - which eventually became Abendau's Heir - I had nothing more in mind than writing something that had been floating around my... Continue Reading →

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