Odd Trundles complained that he wanted his walk, complained that I was not moving quickly enough to get to his walk, complained that he had to go down stairs to get to his walk, complained that it was raining during his walk, complained that his walk was too long, complained that he had to go […]
After pitched battle, betrayal, and escape, Kaia Steelflower has enough gold to feed her troupe of outcasts through the winter. She can settle them in a small villa in Antai, that queen of maritime cities, and look forward to welcome boredom. Unfortunately, there’s a pirate-infested sea to cross, her difficult new talents to corral, her […]
October hath arrived, that most blessed of months, wherein I can finally buy house decorations and candy comes in reasonable bite-size pieces BY THE BAG LOAD. Also, pumpkin spice. I love me some pumpkin spice. Not the chemical syrups, no, but ground nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, all in a handy shaker. It’s like crack, I put […]
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.
The other night: The Lovers, Nine of Cups, the Devil. All in a row. It’s been a while since I got such a mirrorlike reading, and such clear message. Of course, this morning, in the long dark shoals before I had to get up, I was jolted out of a dream of Donnie Yen as […]
GUESS WHAT. NO, COME ON. GUESS. OKAY FINE I’LL TELL YOU. That’s right. Since the previous publisher went out of business, I’m putting out Steelflower on my own. Currently, you can buy the ebook directly; it will be in KU during the month of June, and the new paperback should be out by the end […]
WHY YES, I AM IN A MOOD TODAY. How could you tell? Part of it is the wind. When I lived in Wyoming, one expected it, but up here, a constant stream of rushing air is a little less tolerable. Normally I quite enjoy it, like the sound of rain, but last night Odd Trundles […]