The Glasswrights Series — Good News, Bad News

The Glasswrights Series — Good News, Bad News

Here I am, brimming with news.  In this case, though, it’s classic “good news/bad news”, at least for a number of my readers. The good news: The Glasswrights Series (that’s all five volumes of my traditional fantasy series: The Glasswrights’ Apprentice, The Glasswrights’ Progress, The Glasswrights’ Journeyman, The Glasswrights’ Test, and The Glasswrights’ Master) are on sale for $2.99 (off a...

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Nevertheless, She Persisted

Nevertheless, She Persisted

Where were you, six months ago today? I know exactly where I was. Because six months ago today, I decided to edit my first anthology–Nevertheless, She Persisted.  And today, that book is available at all major online vendors. Want to find out more about why I donned my editor cap?  Read on! (The rest of this blog post is my Editor’s Note from Nevertheless.)   On February 8, 2017, I decided to edit my first anthology—this book,...

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SF&F Binge Bundle

SF&F Binge Bundle

::whoosh:: (That’s the sound of me blowing dust off this blog. Well, I can’t really call it a blog, if I post as infrequently as I’ve been posting. So, instead, I’ll call it “News” and post when I have news to report. Like, um, today…) Once upon a time, a bunch of writers got together and decided that they needed to fill the To Be Read shelves of all the readers in the world. So, they thought and they...

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Another Happy Bookday – REBEL LOST

Another Happy Bookday – REBEL LOST

Once upon a time, I had an idea for a short story. It became “The Darkbeast” — exclusively available as part of the Mindy Klasky Virtual Cocktails starter pack. That idea grew into a novel — Rebel Flight.  That complete story has a beginning, middle, and end. It’s about a child who rebels against the religion of her society, saving her best friend from certain death. But publishers don’t like stand-alone...

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Happy Bookday, Rebel Flight!

Happy Bookday, Rebel Flight!

Once upon a time (isn’t that the way all great stories begin?), I was asked to participate in a short story anthology. Julie Czerneda was the editor, and the stories were all supposed to involve a human relating to some special animal. I jumped at the opportunity, immediately emailing Julie to ask if I could write a story about a griffin. “Nope,” Julie said. “Someone else already chose a griffin.” “How about...

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