Category Archives: blatant self-promotion
I started a new project today based on an old project I can remember but not find the scraps and notes for. So far it’s weird in ways that make me happy and I did 1,531 words. I shall show … Continue reading
The second half of my Round Table Podcast, the Workshop Episode, is coming up tomorrow!
I’m on the Round Table Podcast “20 Minutes With…” segment today with Dave Robison and Heather Welliver!
This morning I was told that the TV option my agents at Cooke and APA have been working on is finally official. As of last night, The Greywalker novels have been optioned for development of a Greywalker TV series. That … Continue reading
I wish I could post part of the funniest Christmas things I ever wrote, but alas, I think it’s still under license. It was “The Werewolf Before Christmas” from the Wolfsbane and Mistletoe anthology put together by Charlaine Harris and … Continue reading
Whoohoo! A publication date for UNBOUND, and an excerpt from the wonderful Terry Brooks! Can't do better than this!
So… I’m over at Slippery Words today, chattering with Joelle about waiting, writing, social media and a bunch of other writer-things. Come take a peek.
I’ve just arrived in Long Beach for Bouchercon after a week in Washington DC for World Fantasy Convention to discover…. Oh my *Squeeee*! My book has been nominated for an RT Book Reviews Reviewer’s Choice award for Best Urban Fantasy … Continue reading
Oh my gosh… here I am, blithering away about Greywalker and Harper Blaine and things Kat while at DragonCon this year.
At the moment I’m revising the SF Thriller and I’ve just completed my ridiculously complicated transportation reservations for World Fantasy Convention (in Washington DC) and Bouchercon (in Long Beach) next month. After that, I have some medical stuff to attend … Continue reading
Update to my DragonCon Sunday schedule: I’ll be doing two signings back to back! Title: Supernatural Thrillers: Mystery & Suspense in UF Time: Sun 11:30 am Location: Chastain ED – Westin Description: Authors discuss the importance of the elements of … Continue reading