One of the things people notice right away about Olde School is that the bulk of the characters are nonhuman. I’ve done panels on writing the “other” recently, and it kind of shocks me that there has to be a “way” to go about writing these characters. I’ve seen probably two distinct uses of nonhuman … More Finding the Familiar in the Other
If there’s something I’ve said over and over (and over and over) while promoting Olde School since it’s release, it’s that I love fairy and folktales. While I’ve probably talked this to death, I do feel like sometimes I have to re-direct what exactly these types of stories mean to me and why I love … More A Fairy Tale Journey
So today begins the next round of blog touring for Olde School! It’s mostly reviews, which means I’ll be walking around all week breathing into a paper bag, but also some Q&A, and I’ll probably do some fun stuff here. After all, I still need to re-cap imaginarium (and I’m sure Clyde wants his say), … More Why Olde School?
So to gather some excitement for the Olde School blog tour with TLC that starts on Oct 13, we’re running a contest on Facebook. Just go to the link, follow the directions, and you could win a copy of Olde School for you and a friend! I know, right? It really is that easy… And … More Olde School Contest!
It’s tour time! I’m stoked to have my pal Crymsyn Hart on my blog with her latest book, Death’s Dance! We’ll hear from her in a moment, but first let’s check out the title – c’mon, you know how things work round these parts by now! Amazon Barnes & Noble Kobo Being a … More Book tour: Death’s Dance by Crymsyn Hart
Woo, blog tour time! Let’s hear it this week for Mr. RJ Sullivan and his book Haunting Blue! Kindle Print Punk, blue-haired “Blue” Shaefer, is at odds with her workaholic single mother. Raised as a city girl in a suburb of Indianapolis, Blue must abandon the life she knows when … More TCM Presents: Haunting Blue by RJ Sullivan
I’m really excited to finally (FINALLY) get my bud Michael West on here to talk about writing. Before I ever met him I was orbiting him for years, and I’m pretty sure there was at least one convention where I was too scared to death to talk to him because he was so far … More TCM Presents: Hades’ Disciples by Michael West
I’m always thrilled when I get to participate in different projects with other authors. I’m also always humbled when people approach me. A while ago, the good people at The Realm Beyond sent me a gorgeous image they’d wanted to use for a cover and asked if I’d write a story to go with it. … More Available Now: The Realm Beyond Issue 5
I’m once more trying to get back in the swing of things after a fairly busy past few months. Today’s eight is from a re-release of my historical vampire story, Mooner. This bit is when Bill, the naive upstart in the lumber camp, notices Tom, a reclusive, down-and-out fur-trader, in Red’s Saloon. While Big John … More WeWriWa: Mooner
It’s back it’s back it’s back! I’m so very excited to have Mooner back in print through Mocha Memoirs Press. Not only did it give me a chance to tighten up parts of the story, but I’ve also been able to include a glossary of Lumberjack Vocabulary, as well! For those who aren’t familiar with … More Available again! Mooner