I had the honor of opening up about the scariest part of writing I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come over at Nicholas Kauffman’s blog. And it wasn’t the monsters or demons that scared me, but my own creative process. Read the guest blog here!
Ruschelle Dillon over at the Horror Tree and I dish about All The Things from dark fantasy books to my new release to that one time I saw a ghost in a Paris train station. Check it out here! I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come releases July 29 from Crystal Lake Publishing.
Naming a character is like naming your first-born child. You agonize over very detail, even go so far as to pronounce the name under your breath to test the inflection. Lucky for you, you’re more concerned with how it looks on paper rather than how it sounds spoken in the real world. Who would ever have you pronounce these names out loud anyway? So begins my guest blog post over at Outland… Read More
I was over the moon to be featured over at The Qwillery! I detailed my personal Hero’s Journey while writing The Falling Dawn: Celestial Scripts Book One. Let’s just say it was a long intense quest to finally hold the printed book in my hands. It’s amazing, looking back, how much I learned. Inspiration, that cruel yet wonderful mistress, swooped down on me one fateful evening outside of Makoshika State Park in… Read More
It was a pleasure to be featured on Rising Shadow this past week! My guest blog post “The Siren’s Song of the Trunk Novel” covered how I answered the enchanting call of my trunk novel, and how I completed it to be what is now my first novel, now published with Crossroad Press. Enjoy! I put my book away. No more, I said, no more of this tale of two-tailed mermaids who transform into… Read More