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Category Archives: travel
As is my want, when traveling to exciting locations, I’ve assembled an annotated photo album of my trip to Japan. Yes, there is a picture of Mt. Fuji. There are also many other pictures of random things that happened to … Continue reading
Less than a month from when I arrived home, and I have managed to upload and annotate all of my vacation photos in this handy album. Yeah, yeah, I know, vacation photos, but I promise that these photos, taken by … Continue reading
I will be at Westercon! C’mon by, say hello, pick up a copy of WOLFSBANE in the dealer’s room, or listen to a weird west short story at my reading on Saturday. Autographs Fri Jul 1 3:00 pm – 4:00 … Continue reading
As is my wont when I go on vacation tours of historical sites, I have created a photo album with archaeological (well, archaeological in that they were written by an archaeologist) ramblings about history, scenery, and general silliness.
Worldcon is approaching! If you’d like to stop by and say hello, here’s my schedule! And if you’re a fan of the Silver series, I’ll be previewing Book 4 at my reading! Urban Fantasy as Modern Fairy Tale Friday 10:00 … Continue reading
Greetings! I know it’s been a while, but since I last posted, I’ve been head-down on first drafting and then revising my newest novel project. I also took time off from that to travel with my parents’ touring choir through … Continue reading
Two things to bring to your attention today. First off, I have readings! They’re also listed in the Appearances page, on the upper right there. February 20, 7 pm, University Bookstore, Seattle February 24, 7 pm, Powell’s Books Cedar Hills … Continue reading
Orycon is a’comin’! Come and see me next weekend at the Portland Doubletree. If I get enough requests, I’ll use my reading slot to read from book 3, REFLECTED, due out in February, so you can get a sneak peek! … Continue reading
The promised photos are up! Beware, because archaeological tangents lie within.