My good intentions get me into trouble. We all know this. So, just to bring you up to speed, there was the squirrel, the dogs, the crushed and fragrant lavender, a garden gnome so upset […]
I’ll tell you what happened with Canary!Squirl and the shed on Monday, dear Readers. For right now… November. And that’s all I’m going to say at the moment.
I ask you, my ever-faithful Readers, have you ever carried a very excited Australian shepherd up two flights of stairs while a squirrel screams imprecations from your shed roof and a garden gnome is using […]
Morning. I am absorbing my coffee at the dining table and thinking about the day’s work–another fifty pages of revisions is my short-term goal. I swear to all the gods I intended a hundred a […]
Well, I’m awake. Or at least, vertical. And about to start revisions. This book is having a…difficult…birth, to say the least. I’m almost at the point of crying with sheer frustration, but not quite. I […]
If you’re interested in a two-buck werewolf short story I wrote while thinking about how to write the Angelov Wolves, now’s your chance!
“I wanted one that said ‘black like my heart’,” my writing partner said, “but I figured this was close enough for you.” She knows me so well.
I finished Kenneth Stampp’s The Peculiar Institution yesterday, during a break from the Sekrit Projekt. I had to take the book in small chunks, because so much of it is sickening. If one wishes to […]
In between housework chores yesterday I finished reading Vincent Shih’s The Taiping Ideology. Interesting in and of itself, the book is also fascinating as a snapshot of Chinese studies in an American university during the […]
ARRIVAL meets Under the Dome in this new post-apocalyptic novel from New York Times bestseller Lilith Saintcrow. It could have been aliens, it could have been a trans-dimensional rift, nobody knows for sure. What's known is that there was an Event, the Rifts opened up, and everyone caught inside … [read more & preorder]
Love, Bite Mia Roussel is putting her life back together. She's had therapy, she has two new jobs, and if her ex-boyfriend will just stay away, she'll be just fine. Especially if Konstantin Angelov has anything to say about it. Kon's family is...different. And as soon as he catches Mia's … [read more & preorder]
An all-new serial for Patreon subscribers! Cotton Crossing was a dead end, but not for Ginny Mills. She's just marking time, getting experience in the county library system, before moving back to a decent urban environment. Then the phones stop working. Lee Quartine knows there's no way the … [read more & subscribe]
She-Wolf and Cub
Have you ever said to yourself, "Self, where are all the cyborg assassin Westerns, because I really want to read one?" I did. So I wrote one. And you can now read it. Ever since they gave her a new cyborg body and a steady stream of murderous work, she’s known the rules. Keep your head down, … [read more]
A winding road, a freak storm, and a lightning strike. Jude Altfall’s life, just beginning to coalesce after her divorce, is shattered afresh. Dazed with grief, she’s not sure if the weird things happening around her are hallucinations…or something more. And there’s the mark on her hip—a tattoo she … [read more & buy now]
Gallow & Ragged
Jeremiah Gallow is just another construction worker, and that's the way he likes it. He's left his past behind, but some things cannot be erased. Like the tattoos on his arms that transform into a weapon, or the fact that he was once closer to the Queen of Summer than any half-human should be. Now … [read more & buy now]
Fairytales With Bite
An adopted princess. An immortal Family. A snow-choked city...and one blood-red apple. When Camille was six years old, she was discovered alone in the snow by Enrico Vultusino, godfather of the Seven—the powerful Families that rule magic-ridden New Haven. Papa Vultusino adopted the mute, scarred … [read more & buy now]