Monthly Archives: July 2010
My friends at Penguin USA, Roc/Ace and Project Paranormal put up a clip of me talking about paranormal fiction and Harper Blaine on YouTube! It’s nifty (please ignore the expression on my face at the initial freeze-frame.) And don’t forget: … Continue reading
Actual books arrived in boxes today! Hurray! And yes, that photo was taken in the cockpit this afternoon.
In addition to the Seattle Mystery Bookshop, University Book Store and catching me at an event, you can now order signed copies of Labyrinth online through The Signed Page.
Normally I eschew this sort of thing, but I adamantly refuse to believe I write like Dan Brown and apparently, I’m right! I write like Stephen King I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing! This makes … Continue reading
There seems to be a rumor that I’m going to Dragon*Con in Atlanta this year and that I’ve posted my schedule for that. But, alas, it’s not true. I can’t make it this year since I have a bunch of … Continue reading
I’ve occasionally talked about wanting to write a story about a High School librarian who wants to be a superhero. Well, here’s the germ from which that particular sickness came…. My Own Private Ida-Know Originally posted: July 16, 2003 My … Continue reading
For fun, here’s a story start I didn’t continue with for the Damn Near Dead II anthology coming out in November: Old Fart When Everett Wilson shot the fridge, he figured he’d frightened the damned thing back onto the righteous … Continue reading