I blogged about Blue Monday, and I have pretty pictures.
Read books by AWers!
Mainly of interest to gamers, I suppose: the first post in a series about re-playing my favourite video game trilogy, Mass Effect.
The Copper Promise - epic fantasy coming from Headline Publishing in Spring 2014
Represented by Juliet Mushens of the Agency Group
Details of three forthcoming anthology appearances... in one of which I get to share page space with the likes of Neil Gaiman, Jim Butcher and Charlaine Harris.
You can call me *~Smiley~*
"Life isn't fair. It's just fairer than death, that's all." -- William Goldman, The Princess Bride
Support Aaron's Law
(There's a link to where you can register support for the new law with one click.)You know those license agreements you always click the “I agree” box next to on every piece of software ever? Right now if you accidentally break one of those, it’s a felony. The proposed law would decriminalize such violations; instead those agreements would be treated as contracts, with any disagreements handled in civil court (as they should be).
A post about a setting I'm looking into for my book--and maybe a place I'd like to use as my warm weather mental escape now that the cold has set in here in New York: Barbados.
"When Mary Left," a short story| A woman faces her ultimate turning point: an unwanted pregnancy| Amazon
Pearl | A former slave struggles to find her long-lost brother in the early nineteenth century|Amazon
Novel, Victorian London/Paris.
Various short stories and novellas
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"When writing a novel, that's pretty much entirely what life turns into: House burned down. Car stolen. Cat exploded. Did 1500 easy words, so all in all it was a pretty good day." ~Neil Gaiman
"Perfectionism may look good in his shiny shoes, but he's a little bit of an asshole and no one invites him to their pool parties." ~Ze Frank
I posted on the randomness in writing: "Twist and Shout"
Discover my words at Reverse Perspective
I've started a series on what (I think) makes for a good story. The second post, on character arc, is up today: