Category Archive: Writing

Nov 15


This book has a name. And now it has 60,000 words. It’s not a real book yet, but it’s starting to look like it might be one. One day. We’re about to enter the final, 3rd act. I like this act. There are two big traumatic events coming up, and they’re just dying to come …

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Jul 02

The inspiration for The Bone Chime Song

I’m hanging out with the lovely Sue Bursztynski over at her website The Great Raven, chatting about the inspiration for The Bone Chime Song. This is part of a series she’s running for Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear, and it’s fascinating to read about the different stories in the anthology and where they all came …

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Jun 18

Continuum and Octopuses and Costumes, Oh My!


or ‘what I’ve been doing for the past two weeks’ I know this is way late, but I have an excuse! Convention-flu. Let me take you back in time, before too much wine, not enough sleep, and an over-reliance on take away food turned me into the croaky, slouching creature you see before you. Back …

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Jun 03

Continuum 8!

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This year is moving at an insane crazy pace. Need proof? Continuum is only a few days away! See, crazy! I made a belated decision to go this year, but that doesn’t mean I’m not looking forward to it. No sireee. Jo’s very rough plan for Continuum: Thursday: Get up f**-off scary early. Long drive …

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May 17

A teaser from A Memory Trapped In Light

I wasn’t going to submit to Epilogue (then known by it’s temporary name,¬†Apocalypse¬†Hope) because I just didn’t have any idea what to write. Epilogue is an anthology of post-apocalyptic stories where there is hope for the future, and hope is hard. I’m all for dark and depressing, twisted, sad, even nasty. But hopeful? I didn’t …

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