A beautiful thing has happened. Lost in the Shadow is now available in paperback, meaning you can now hold a copy in your own hot little hands! I’ve cradled it against my own cheek, and I have to admit, it’s a beautiful book full of deliciously intriguing and twisted tales that let the reader wander … More Lost in the Shadows: Now in Paperback!
So presuming Susan and I haven’t taken Louisville by storm and made everyone our minions yet, Fandom Fest officially kicks off today! My commitment tonight is helping out with Author Karaoke at 8:30 pm at Room 106, so in honor of that, here’s a short little blurb from one of my stories in the new … More Tidbit: On Fire, from Lost in the Shadows
So, so, SO excited! There’s a great article up about SH Roddey and I at Fandomfest (you can find our panel schedules there!). It also covers the release of Lost in the Shadows, so you should totally check it out (and then by a copy, because you’ll never get all its goodness from snippets and … More Lost in the Shadows gets an article on examiner.com!
So remember that secret project I’ve been alluding to? A while back, Susan and I talked about what to do with some short shorts that were homeless and decided to put together a packet for conventions. Once we started digging in our respective drives, we realized we had a lot more than a pamphlet worth. … More Cover Reveal: Lost in the Shadows by Selah Janel and S.H. Roddey
One of the things I hear the most on about The Other Man is usually about the kids. They not only lighten up the story a bit, but I’m pleased that so many people feel that they’re not only well-written, but true to form, too. Writing kids isn’t always easy. There are so many ways … More Thoughts on writing kids
Trying to get back in the swing of things. Step one – get back into doing some group stuff, and Weekend Writing Warriors is first on the list! My eight sentences for this weekend come from my re-release with Mocha Memoirs Press, The Other Man! It’s a slightly different style for me, since I usually … More WeWriWa: The Other Man
Strangely, I never set out to be particularly cynical when writing The Other Man. I believe in love and relationships, although I’ll admit I also believe that the real-world version is often more work and very different than what we read or see in movies. I’m the type of person who’s more inclined to not get … More Thoughts Behind The Other Man
Amazon All Andrew wanted was the typical American dream: a good career, a nice house, and a loving family. Instead, he has a dead-end job, a cramped apartment, and children who remind him of creatures out of a sci-fi movie. He’s also well aware that he’s not the only man who inhabits his wife’s … More Available Now and Back Again! The Other Man
I haven’t talked about In the Red for a while, so it’s always fun when I’m invited to delve into the story that I love so much. This time, my friend and amazing blogger Amy invited me to do a character post about summer plans. Of course, being the media whore that he is, JK … More JK Asmodeus is at it again!
I’ve been cutting back on the promotional trail lately, but I did have an interview out the other day, so I’m not completely neglectful! I’m very flattered to be interviewed by Crimson Flower Reviews. They asked some great questions and really made me think. So if you’re curious about where I get my ideas, who … More Interviewed at Crimson Flower Reviews!