Working hard or…?

I learned something about myself recently. First of all, I like to be productive, even when I’m supposed to be relaxing, and I’m good at multitasking. (That isn’t the thing I learned. I already knew that.) Which means that if I’m watching a movie or playing a video game (Oh, Elder Scrolls Online, why did I start playing you this weekend? I will never do anything else ever again) I usually have my laptop open and am working on my novel, or on []


My illustrator (the lovely Grace) is currently working on an environment concept art piece for Release the Hounds. She was going to []

“It’s a cathartic experience to go through the depths of hell…” – Walking into the Darkness with Doug Murano – 605 Magazine

“It’s a cathartic experience to go through the depths of hell…” – Walking into the Darkness with Doug Murano – 605 Magazine. This is an interview with Doug Murano regarding his upcoming anthology, Shadows Over Main Street—Lovecraftian fiction in a small town setting. This looks like it’s going to be a great anthology, so I thought I’d share. From the interview: The genesis for Shadows Over Main Street happened last fall when a horror author named D. Alexander Ward approached me out of the []

New Website is Live

My newly updated/almost completely rebuilt website is live. It took me all weekend, and I’m not exaggerating. I got almost no sleep. You would think that because it still mostly uses the old template—they just did a major overhaul of how the template works—it would be a quick process, but I think it took me almost as long to rebuild the site than it did to build it the first time. It was mostly the same content, but I did make a []

Anthology: Athena’s Daughters vol 2

I’m excited to announce that my short story, The Black Mamba and the Leopard, will be included in the upcoming all women Speculative Fiction anthology Athena’s Daughters vol. 2. The Kickstarter for this anthology will launch in December. Please keep an eye here for more updates. A little information on the previous Kickstarter campaign: The Kickstarter for Athena’s Daughters vol. 1  was the most successful prose anthology ever on Kickstarter (, with stories by Mary Robinette Kowal, Gail Z. Martin, Sherwood Smith, []


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