Working, working, working. Slightly manic, in fact, but that’s more yay than uh-oh. Unfortunately, one of the prime indicators that I’m in a massive manic word-creating mode is that I have an utter disinclination – nay, an actual aversion – to doing any kind of meal-prep. Which, since I abhor most prepackaged frozen dinner things, […]
Remember a while back I showed you this cover? And told you about my story – “Don’t Toot Your Horn?” Unlike the sax, the trombone blasts its way onto the scene, sliding like a triumphant runner into third base, giving the rest of the band a neener-neener as it brushes itself off and accepts the […]
I admit it, I am posting just so I can share the fabulousness that is this cover. …and hint at the fabulousness inside. Seriously. There isn’t much that could get me to say “sure, I’ll write an RPG tie-in story…” except this world. OMG this world, how could I NOT?Â Also, check that ToC. Â Just […]
Looking for something new to read over the weekend? Check out BEYOND GRIMM, a collection of fairy tales, twisted and retold, out *today*!Â Edited by Phyllis Irene Radford & Deborah J. Ross Not your grandmotherâ€™s fairy tales… Yes, I have a story in there (“Any Brave Boy”) but there’s something for every taste and turn…. […]
The ToC has been released, so I can squeak in public: My story “Crossroads” (originally published in Fantasy Magazine) has been selected for Yearâ€™s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2012, edited by Paula Guran (Prime Books). *squeak!*
My short story “Crossroads” is live (and free!) at Fantasy Magazine! (plus, a short Q&A) You’d think, by now, I’d be blase about new stories hitting readers.Â But no…still neurotic, waiting to see if there’s response, and what form it takes…..
As the so-called #Novelrace (5 weeks to 60k!) begins on Monday, I decided to hold off on working on the novel until then.Â Just to play fair. Does that mean I get the day off?Â Er.Â Not really.Â This morning I did the final pass on “The Devil’s Jack” and passed it off to my […]