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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Field Trip!

Field Trip!

The life of an author is often lonely–we work in private, staring at computer screens, occasionally “socializing” by way of electronic media. And then there are the field trips. Like the one I took last weekend, to Kent County, Delaware (home to Dover, Delaware.) Let me start at the beginning… Many months ago, I received email from Hilary Welliver, the Library Director of the Kent County Public Library. She invited me to...

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Returning to my Roots – Fantasy Novel Edition

Returning to my Roots – Fantasy Novel Edition

Way back in the mists of time (okay, about 15.5 years ago), my first novel was published. The Glasswrights’ Apprentice is a traditional fantasy novel written for adults. It tells the story of a thirteen-year-old girl who witnesses an assassination. She’s accused of being the killer, so she has to go undercover in her caste-bound society to discover the identity of the true murderer. When Apprentice first appeared, it had a lovely...

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Another RWA Nationals Bites the Dust

I spent the majority of last week at the Romance Writers of America annual meeting, in New York City. When it came time to register for the conference, I almost chose not to go–I don’t have any ongoing traditional contracts right now, and I parted ways with my agent earlier this year, so there weren’t those all-important dinners, lunches, and other meetings to attend. As I dithered about whether or not to attend, the slots...

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Glasswrights’ Apprentice On Sale!

My first published novel was THE GLASSWRIGHTS’ APPRENTICE, the story of a girl who, as an apprentice in the stained glass makers’ guild, witnesses a murder.  Rani Trader is accused of being the killer, and she has to go under cover in her society’s strict caste system, to find the true assassin. Over the years, APPRENTICE has been sold as a mass market paperback, an ebook, a trade paperback, and an audiobook.  The ebook is now...

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