I am super excited to say that I am officially published now! Here's the link to Memory Aether. eBook version is up, paperback version to follow in a couple of days. Aside from that big news, here's two more exciting things happening: I'm going to be at 4th Street Fantasy Convention this weekend, and on a … Continue reading Memory Aether is published!
This fantastic cover was created by Sarah Nelson of Auslandish, Co. I am so happy with what she's done! Working with her was pure joy. Thank you, Sarah! Memory Aether As a memory modification specialist, the last thing Alexia expected was for her boyfriend to be her next patient. Michael insists she must erase his … Continue reading Cover Reveal!
Lirael: Daughter of the Clayr, Format: Audiobook, Rating: 5/5 stars I loved this second book in the Old Kingdom series. It was even more enjoyable than Sabriel (the first one), and has remained my favorite in the entire collection (with Clariel being a close second). First of all, the narrator, Tim Curry, did the best job with … Continue reading Book Review: Lirael by Garth Nix
Thanks for sticking around, reader. I know it's been awhile. Since my last post I've done a lot. I've written several books to varying degrees of polish. I've read a lot of books that I'm dying to tell you about. I've parented two darling kids through lots of developmental stages. I've grown as a person, … Continue reading I’ve been reading some things
I had worked up the courage to finally talk to one of my favorite authors at the convention this past weekend. It was right before a panel was about to begin and I wasn’t sure there was enough time. Scanning the other seated attendees frantically, I was worried she might not be in the room. … Continue reading 4th Street Fantasy convention recap
I once read a book by Caroline Stevermer and Patricia Wrede that was written as the result of the Letter Game (you can find the book here). Here's how the letter game works: Two people decide on a genre, a setting, and the character they will write in the voice of, and who will write … Continue reading The Letter Game
When I was growing up, the video game my brothers and I played constantly was Civilizations III. It was so much fun. We would compete with each other to see who could discover Railroad technology the earliest (I think my older brother holds that record for something like 600 BC but it was awhile ago … Continue reading Risk (why my book is like a Trireme)
Hey there, My life is still crazy as can be with two kids. My son has turned 2, and is potty training and learning how to read already. My daughter is content to wiggle and giggle, but will be crawling soon. As busy as I am, everything is only going to get busier. So for … Continue reading More reading recommendations
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I read a quote somewhere a few years ago, (I searched but can't remember where...maybe a Librarian can help me find it someday), that said something along the lines of "We need libraries less than ever before, but we need librarians more than we ever did before." As I'm delving into the crazy world of … Continue reading We need librarians more than ever