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Category Archives: novels
In exciting news, my first novel, SILVER, is now out in audiobook! The others in the series will be following in the next few months. This is not your garden variety audiobook, either–it features a full cast of voices, sounds … Continue reading
As promised, I have a solstice gift for all my fans today! While it’s a DVD extra for Book 3, exploring events that happened around the time of that book, it’s designed to be interesting for anyone at all familiar … Continue reading
Today, I’m finishing up revisions for a special holiday present for all my readers. Come back here on December 21, when I’ll post a new short story in the world of the Silver novels as a solstice gift! It’s something … Continue reading
My very first video interview! I don’t know what it’s like, because I can’t watch myself… But it was awesome getting to do it at the time! Thanks to Bill Kenower of Author Magazine!
Now that REFLECTED is out, I wanted to let you guys know some options for getting hold of a signed copy if you can’t make one of my readings in person. For the geographically close, I have left piles of … Continue reading
I’ve been tweeting various guest posts for TARNISHED (out now!) as they go up, but today had a big burst, so I thought I’d assemble them all here for your delectation: Big Idea Supernatural Smackdown (vote Silver!) Guest on Chadwick … Continue reading
With release day fast approaching, when I start to obsess over interview answers like a single sentence will directly impact sales, I should probably remember this wisdom from the sister: Me: I’m a bit crazy-eyed at the moment. Release day … Continue reading
The release date for TARNISHED is fast approaching on May 21! If you’d like to come and hear me read and/or get a copy signed, here’s my schedule: Tuesday, May 21, 7 pm, University Bookstore, Seattle Thursday, May 30, 7 … Continue reading
At work, I’ve gotten very used to beating MS Word with a hammer so it formats documents approximately how I want them. In comparison, formatting my fiction manuscripts is like skipping through the park on a sunny day with ice … Continue reading