I'm really over the moon about this one! Caribbean Beat magazine is produced by Caribbean Airlines and given away free on every flight they have, both in and out of the Caribbean, for two months. I'm extremely lucky and grateful to be included in their bookshelf. In the past, I've heard about great books like … Continue reading A Wonderful New Review for LEX TALIONIS in Caribbean Beat Magazine
I allowed myself to become completely distracted by "So You Think You Can Dance" so my post is late today. And because I'm being lazy, I've decided to give you a little excerpt from my other Work In Progress. This is from the sequel to LEX TALIONIS, which I'm calling IACTA ALEA EST (The Die … Continue reading Excerpt from LEX TALIONIS Sequel: Iacta Alea Est – Analise Mentions An Old Friend
This happened on John Scalzi's blog... Today's New Books and ARCs, 4/28/15. Yeah. That's my book, LEX TALIONIS on that pile. And on my birthday too!
Recently I've been reading some great, eye-opening pieces about women and our astounding contributions to society. Sometimes women and the great things they do have been acknowledged, sometimes not, but always, we have been here. Here is a really great piece by Kameron Hurley about how women have always been a living, breathing part of history, whether … Continue reading Because We Are Awesome
Yeah, you read that right. I'm in a good mood because the writing is flowing these days, so you get another little peek. Luc is a small but important character in IACTA ALEA EST (The Die is Cast). Here's the introduction to him. Extra points if you can guess who he's waiting for. The man … Continue reading Luc – An Excerpt From The Sequel To LEX TALIONIS
I know I've been gone forever. I have a great excuse. At the end of October, I came down with Chik V. This was just before a very important week of meetings at my job during the month of November. I managed to get my work done, but I was lucky enough to be one … Continue reading Still Here and Still Working
Because really, let's face it. That article was click bait. Pure, unadulterated, shameless, manipulative click bait. (Which, by the way, is why I'm not linking to it). Sure, Ruth Graham just decided to write a stunningly dismissive post about adults needing to be ashamed of reading YA--which has a very obvious framework around 'The Fault … Continue reading Click Bait, Or Why Slate Should Be Embarrassed About That YA Article
Get your Amazon on, people! My debut space opera mystery, LEX TALIONIS, is now available on Kindle! And for those of you who purchased the paperback, we have a special offer. You can get the Kindle edition for just $3.00! That's $4.00 less than the retail price. A little thank you to those who were … Continue reading LEX TALIONIS Is Now On Kindle!!
This was going to be a post about the best trailers I'd seen recently, I swear. But then I found out that Publishers Weekly had reviewed Lex Talionis. And they loved it. So I thought that just might be a tiny bit more interesting that Paul Haggis' new film. Now excuse me while I quietly … Continue reading Starred Review for Lex Talionis on Publishers Weekly!
My friends are on a roll! Here's another whoo-hoo for a deserving author. Marlene has been doing an alternate history based around the sinking of the Titanic. Shipbuilder is the first in that series. Go check it out, and while you're at it, take a look at her wonderful paranormal romance, Worlds Apart. I promise, … Continue reading Excitement for The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder